Costain joins Dyfed High Sheriff's Go MAD campaign

First published in Go MAD

DYFED High Sheriff David Pryse Lloyd’s Go MAD campaign has gained additional support in the last few weeks, with more Pembrokeshire businesses agreeing to support projects.

Costains has agreed to assist where possible, offering materials, expertise or plant and labour for projects, in addition to a donation.

Thomas Scourfield and Sons has offered aggregates and blocks produced at Carew Quarries to help with projects that may need parking or small scale building works.

Costains public liaison officer, Phil Baker, is pictured with David Pryse Lloyd.

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