Students carve out a charity website

TWO students at Monks’ Dyke Technology College have spent the past year developing a website for a charity that provides low cost furniture.

Tom King and Holly Atkin created the website for charity Renew as part of their Creative & Media Studies diploma.

They also updated the branding and logo for Renew and this will be used on all stationery in the future.

Mark Egan, Business Development Manager for Renew, part of the Louth Living Well charity, said: “Ccongratulations to both Tom and Holly for achieving their diplomas and we wish them well in their future careers. We are extremely grateful for the work they have done in their studies to provide us with this website, emailing facilities and new branding.

“The partnership we have forged over the past year, with the support of their tutor, Scott Santus, has been very rewarding to us all, and we hope to continue this partnership with new students as we explore future ventures at Louth Living Well.”

Renew provides good quality, low-cost, used furniture at affordable prices to those in need in the community.

If you have good quality furniture that you would like to go to a new home call Renew on 01507 604174.

Visit Renew’s website at