Christmas Comes Early at the Pennaf Housing Group
Christmas came early at the Pennaf Housing Group, based on the Business Park in St Asaph, this week when staff organised a collection of shoebox gifts for the Operation Christmas Child charity.
The initiative was arranged by Kayleigh Smith, Plumbing and Heating Engineer with the PenAlyn Team, which provides the in-house maintenance to Clwyd Alyn Housing Association homes, which are part of the Pennaf Group.
David Lewis, Corporate Director Asset Management for Pennaf said: “Kayleigh has inspired staff across the group to fill up shoe boxes for this excellent cause which sends gifts around the world for children in desperate circumstances, and a total of 47 boxes were collected from staff across the Group.”
(Back row from left to right) Carl Taylor, PenAlyn Operations Manager and Jonathan Hayes, Plumbing and Heating Engineer, (front row, from left to right) Kayleigh Smith, Plumbing and Heating Engineer and Nigel Blackwell, Plumbing and Heating Manager at PenAlyn, the in-house maintenance team that looks after Clwyd Alyn Housing Association properties across the region.
Choir Concert Celebrates Anniversary
The Bishop of St. Asaph, the Rt. Rev . Dr. Gregory Cameron pictured with Councillor Ann Davies, Chair of Denbighsire County Council and Councillor Colin Hardie, Mayor of St. Asaph, at the official opening ceremony of Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium on Glascoed Road at which the official plaque was unveiled by the Bishop who also led the multi-faith service attended by local clergy, funeral directors and local dignitaries.
Since first opening in May this year the crematorium has conducted over 400 services for local families and, with the maturing landscaping the gardens are becoming a peaceful environment in a beautiful countryside setting which will welcome families to remember their loved ones.