PBM would like to congratulate RHA and the Black Sheep Youth Project with the launch of the Little Shed.
Their young people worked to renovate the Little Shed while gaining new skills and qualifications. Thirty students from local comprehensive schools have worked on the space and these amazing young people have all completed Level 1 in Health and Safety in construction, Level 1 in Asbestos Awareness and Level 2 in Manual Handling, 2 have progressed to gain employment
The space used to be RHA (Wales) old office but with the help of the Black Sheep youth project and contractor contributions it’s been transformed into a modern and welcoming space which will be home to the Grub Hub food parcel project, a Community Fridge, Digital Friday’s, Play It Again Sports shops, health sessions plus so much more.
PBM contributed and supported the venture through our Community Benefits programme (‘Giving Back‘) by contributing free labour and materials.
Geoff Griffiths, Director said “It has been rewarding seeing RHA’s vision at the Little Shed become a reality and becoming an asset and focus for the local community. We are proud to have been able to contribute to this worthwhile project and wish the Little Shed success for the future.”