Clubb supports DIY SOS and lays foundations for community hub

Clubb supports DIY SOS and lays foundations for community hub
Image caption: Tim Multon from Clubb Concrete is 4th from right. Jessica Crafter from Clubb is 6th from right

Clubb Concrete was proud to support the recent DIY SOS project transforming a derelict building in Harlow into a vibrant and much-needed community mental health hub. Clubb Concrete generously donated concrete and labour to lay the foundations for this worthwhile endeavour. 

The building at the Latton Bush Centre was in a state of disrepair, needing extensive internal and external works to make it fit for purpose. BBC’s DIY SOS: Big Build led extensive renovations to convert the dilapidated building into the new home of Butterfly Effect Well-Being, a not-for-profit community interest company started by former pharmacy technician Angela Hannibal after losing her mother to suicide.

Alongside willing tradespeople, merchants and volunteers including Eastenders cast members Scott Maslen and Gillian Wright, Clubb Concrete helped create a welcoming space where people facing isolation, loneliness, and mental health struggles can find support when they most need it.

“We were honoured when Hill Group’s Michelle Johnson reached out seeking donations,” said Tim Multon of Clubb Concrete. “After learning about the powerful vision behind this project, we knew we had to get involved.” 

Working alongside volunteers from contractor Hill Group, the team from Clubb Concrete donated two lorry loads of ready mixed concrete and labour on-site to help create the foundations. 

“It was humbling and rewarding to work alongside such a committed team and see this hub of hope take shape,” said Tim. “We applaud Angela’s dedication and are proud to have helped lay the foundation for this amazing new community resource.” 

For more information about Butterfly Effect Well-Being visit 

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