Wolverhampton company donates products to Rubery estate

Deelands Hall, a community centre managed by Trident Reach in Rubery, has received a generous donation of cleaning products from Principal Hygiene, a hygiene and sanitary disposal company based in Wolverhampton.

An appeal for cleaning products for residents of the Deelands estate was raised by Bernie McFall, Trident Reach’s Social and Community Engagement Manager, who was concerned for local residents living on low incomes and who could not afford to buy basic cleaning products to keep their families safe from Covid-19, germs and bacteria; as buying food would take priority during their weekly shopping.

Kevin Mallon, owner of Principal Hygiene, responded to the appeal request and donated vital supplies for the Deelands Estate, ensuring local residents can now keep the coronavirus at bay during the second national lockdown, scheduled to start on Thursday, 5 November 2020.

We would like to thank Mr Mallon and Principal Hygiene for their generous donation and look forward to their continued support and further partnership working.