EnviroVent donates greenhouse for sheltered housing residents


25 November 2019
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From left, Lewis Ronaldson from EnviroVent, with Patricia Harrison, resident of St Mary’s Court and Paul Sanderson from Sanctuary Housing, outside the new greenhouse
Ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent has donated a new greenhouse to a sheltered housing development for over 60s in Scarborough.

The greenhouse now has pride of place in the gardens of St Mary’s Lodge after Harrogate-based EnviroVent received a request from Sanctuary Housing to help with replacing an old greenhouse. 
Andy Pearson, Trades Supervisor from Sanctuary Housing, said: “We’re delighted that EnviroVent was able to help our residents out by providing a new greenhouse and we would like to thank them for their support.  It will mean a lot to them to be able to grow their own fruit and vegetables again, with benefits to both their health and well-being.”

EnviroVent ventilation specialist Lewis Ronaldson said: “It’s great to see the new greenhouse at St Mary’s Lodge and to know that it will be put to great use by the residents. We are proud to work with Sanctuary Housing and to be able to give something back to the community here in Scarborough.”

Sanctuary Housing has been a customer of EnviroVent for several years now, which has included providing extractor fans and whole house PIV (Positive Input Ventilation) systems to reduce condensation and eliminate mould across its properties.  

The donation to Sanctuary Housing follows on from EnviroVent hosting its own ‘in it together’ day.  The whole company gave up their normal roles to work in the community on activities such as clearing grounds, weeding and sweeping paths, supporting people living with dementia, taking part in community singing and working with homeless, environmental and animal charities.
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