Posted 13th Mar 2018

Moduleo donates to war veteran development

By KBBDaily on 13th March 2018 - 16:06pm
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Vinyl flooring manufacturer Moduleo has donated 50sq m of material towards the first development “exclusively for British war veterans” in the UK, a multimillion-pound project in Wiltshire.

Moduleo has provided its Country Oak 24432 flooring from its Transform collection for the Wilton Hill Veterans’ Village, which is being developed on the former Erskine Barracks into 44 properties that are expected to support more than 300 veterans in 10 years.

The flooring donated by Moduleo will be used throughout the development’s open plan dining and recreational area. The development is scheduled to launch at the end of this year.

“This is a landmark project that will provide invaluable support to veterans who need and deserve help to readjust to life outside of the forces,” said Moduleo UK and Eire managing director David Bigland. “We’re always happy to support charitable causes and this is a very worthy one.

“The environment that you live in can make a huge difference to your mental health and wellbeing and we hope that this donation will have a positive impact on the lives of the veterans and help them on their journey back to independent living.”


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