Moores donates kitchen to community cricket club

Yorkshire-based Moores Furniture Group has donated a kitchen to help improve the facilities at a local cricket club.

The donation means that players, as well as their families, at Thorpe Arch & Boston Spa Cricket Club will now have access to a cleaner and more functional kitchen in the communal area.

Thanks to the donation, Moores was able to repurpose a kitchen that had been returned and would otherwise have been recycled as waste parts.

Moores donated the kitchen after it was contacted by one of the club’s volunteers, Allan Olbison. He told kbbreview: “I contacted Moores Furniture Group towards the end of last year, as our cricket club TABS in Thorp Arch were in desperate need of a refurb. Moores kindly donated a kitchen and worktop, allowing us to replace the existing dilapidated kitchen, and we can’t thank them enough! It has made a huge difference to our clubhouse and is now a much cleaner, brighter, functional space for our players, members and their friends and family.” 

Michael Barrett, Moores’ chief officer, commented: “We have always held community at our core, doing whatever we can to positively impact our local area. We’re delighted to sustainably donate one of our kitchens to assist a local sports team and help to improve their clubhouse.”

Moores Furniture Group is no stranger to donating its kitchens to support local causes. In September of last year, it donated a kitchen to Leeds-based charity Getaway Girls and prior to that, it made a similar donation to Havering Association for People with Disabilities.

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