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Hire Station help support Macmillan

Hire Station worked alongside N G Bailey to support Nicola Jeffery-Sykes in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Nicola is an active fundraiser for Macmillan and often puts on events to raise awareness and to generate donations in support of Macmillan Cancer Support and other cancer related charities.

Nicola herself has suffered with cancer on six occasions which makes her efforts all the more impressive. She often hosts events at her house in Upper Mill, in between Manchester and Huddersfield. Nicola wanted to make improvements outside so that she could continue putting on fund raising events at her house. Hire Station visited her house and worked with Nicola to decide what equipment would be best to complete the jobs at hand.  

It was then decided that the tennis court would be re-fenced and the surface levelling with the removal of tarmac which would also be cleaned. This area is where Nicola hosts her afternoon tea parties. Some landscaping would also be done to the lower areas of the garden. 

For the renovation Hire Station provided two bowser pressure washers, podiums to help install the new fencing and a track mat for a mini digger. NG Bailey then used the equipment provided to transform the property.

The track mats provided essential protection to the underlying grass and surface against any potential damage from the tracks of the mini digger.

N G Bailey and Hire Station equipment
N G Bailey and Hire Station equipment
N G Bailey and Hire Station Equipment

Macmillan Cancer Support are a group of millions of supporters, professionals, volunteers, campaigners and people affected by cancer. From the outset Macmillan are there along side you from the moment youre diagnosed right through your treatment and even beyond.

Together they make sure there is always someone on hand to give you support you need to make you feel yourself again. Macmillan has evolved massively from its origins over 105 years ago.

The society was started in 1911 when Douglas Macmillan took his £10 inheritance and founded the 'Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer after losing his farther to the disease. The charity has since expanded to have over 2000 permanent staff capable of providing care and support.

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