Over the weekend a team of 12 staff from JJ Rhatigan’s London studio came together for a charitable cause and travelled to Snowdonia National Park to climb Mt Snowdon, the highest peak in England in Wales.
The entire team made it to the summit and together JJ Rhatigan raised over £600 for the Life Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church Trust.
This charity is developing an extension in Croydon called ‘InSpired Croydon’, taking the model they have previously used in Battersea, and expanding it in a wider way to Croydon. The idea is to take the Grade II listed church that has been used as a Sikh temple for more than a decade and return it back to its former glory and use it as a focal point for the community. The community centre will cater to the needs of disenfranchised young people, seniors, homeless and the less fortunate in general.
The worthy cause was in support of the Croydon community where JJ Rhatigan is currently appointed as Main Contractor for the refurbishment, conversion and extension of a major mixed-use redevelopment Carolyn House. The project is well underway and scheduled for completion in May 2019.
We thank you all for your support.