Laminate work surfaces supplier Nuance has revealed it has supported Gloucester-based charity, The Nelson Trust, as part of a recent refurbishment project. A multi-occupancy facility, The Nelson Trust provides support to men, women and families. As part of its remit, it offers residential addiction treatment to those in need, and additionally, supports women in the community who are in contact with the criminal justice system through its women’s centres.
Working together with Jewson Partnership Solutions to design and create a shower room for the Gloucester Women’s facility, Bushboard has donated its decorative bathroom panels, Nuance, to provide women being supported with a comfortable space for showering. The wood inspired décor, Platinum Travertine, is said to have given the space a new lease of life and is also waterproof and grout-free to ensure simple maintenance on a long-term basis.
Paul Findley, national sales manager at Nuance, said: “We are delighted to support The Nelson Trust on this project and be a small part of the transformation for the women at the facility. The Nelson Trust provides a vital rehabilitation service and it’s fantastic to be part of their journey. We sincerely hope that all the guests of the centre will enjoy and benefit from the new and improved space.”
Esme Lord, digital communications officer at The Nelson Trust, said: “We are extremely proud to bring such a great addition to our women’s centre in Gloucester. The modern shower room will be a safe place for our women to use and relax. We couldn’t have achieved this without the help of so many generous contributors, from the construction materials to the labour – it’s been truly remarkable."