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CT1 partners with Band of Builders so the charity can keep delivering life-enhancing projects

CT1 – which was recently officially confirmed as the number one sealant and adhesive manufacturer by the UK construction trade – has become a corporate partner of Band of Builders, supporting the charity in its quest to help tradespeople battling illness or injury, making a life-changing difference to them and their families.

The company reportedly wanted to throw its support behind the charity, which has just completed its 28th project.

CT1’s director of sales and marketing, Nicola Walsh, said the company wholeheartedly supported the work of the charity, and that becoming a corporate partner is a great way to cement the flourishing relationship.

“We are passionate about making a best-of-British product that helps British tradespeople – and we are equally committed to supporting a range of UK projects and charities at a local level,” said Nicola. “But the time has come for our business to take our support to the next stage and Band of Builders embodies everything that’s amazing about the UK construction industry,”

“The charity is very close to our hearts, and we want to use our voice in the industry to bring attention to the stories and plight of tradespeople who have found themselves in life-changing circumstances and need help.”

The charity’s CEO, Gavin Crane, offered a warm welcome to CT1 as one of a growing number of corporate supporters that have become part of BoB’s community.

“We only exist because of the support and commitment of the 50,000 plus supporters of our charity, who volunteer, raise much-needed funds and represent us at events, as well as engage in a host of other activities that enable BoB to deliver projects,” said Gavin.

“And there’s the corporate support from businesses and organisations right across the construction industry, which are so, so generous in the help they provide – and we are proud to welcome the team at CT1 into our community.

The charity has just completed a project for a former bricklayer near Brighton, who was left with a profound physical disability after suffering hypoxic brain damage brought on by a heart attack. Nearly 50 volunteers from as afield as Northern Ireland worked on the eight-day project to extend and make the driveway wheelchair friendly.

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