Community RePaint Wirral

posted 10.06.2014

Community RePaint schemes collect reusable, leftover paint and re-distribute it to individuals, families, communities and charities in need, improving the well being of people and the appearance of places across the UK. Where to get paint: ReciproCity Wirral Unit 2 Britannia House Dock Road Wallasey CH41 1DF Tel: 0151 639 0651 Open Times: Monday - 8.30am - 5pm Tuesday - 8.3...

Category: community, DIY, environment, general, Our News, resources, Third Sector

Construction Site Prank

posted 24.04.2014

As its April the only month with a day dedicated to fooling people and pulling pranks we have scoured Youtube looking for a funny construction prank to brighten up your afternoon, we hope you enjoy it: (Please don’t try this at home; it’s very messy and such a waste of materials!)...

Category: funnies, general

Community Centre Saves Money on Brand New Materials & Reduces Carbon Emissions

posted 13.03.2014

One of the best things about working for Recipro is the good we can do within the local community for third sector and community projects. Earlier this year we were contacted by one of our users called Amit, he helps run his local community centre in the Leicester area.  He informed us they had a small budget to carry out the repairs and maintenance needed to get the place up to a decent standar...

Category: community, general, Paul Jones, Testimonial, Third Sector

ReciproCity Wirral Now Open Saturdays!

posted 26.02.2014

Reciprocity Wirral and Community RePaint Wirral are delighted to announce that we are now opening on Saturdays between 10am -4pm to add to our current weekly opening hours.4 From the 1st March our full opening hours are as follows:   Opens Closes Monday 8am 4.30pm Tuesday 8am 4.30pm Wednesday 8am 4.30pm Thursday 8am 4.30pm Friday 8am 4.30pm Saturday 10am...

Category: Case Studies, community, general, Our News, Testimonial, Third Sector

Liverpool FC Anfield Stadium Development

posted 06.02.2014

Liverpool City Council have published their consultation document for the planned £260m regeneration of Anfield. After much debate about whether to construct a new stadium or to refurbish Anfield it was decided they would push ahead with refurbishment plans. I for one am glad they decided to keep this famous club at Anfield, although it wont be the largest stadium in the Premier League (PL) eve...

Category: general, in the news, industry

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