When new bins were needed to keep the litter in check on the Kenwick Park golf course, local company Louth Interskill solved the problem, designing and making custom-built bins for the course.
Interskill director, Malcolm Mundy, said, “The Interskill team design all sorts of products for the garden such as sheds, summer houses, trellises, and decking so this project was right up our street.”
The organization, which was launched by Malcolm Mundy and Darren Drury, is a not-for-profit company and a social enterprise which provides therapeutic and constructive activities for adults with learning difficulties or other forms of disadvantage.
Their aim is to promote the inclusion of their happy team of workers into the local community. Louth Interskill receives no government funding and is supported by the Louth and District Lions Club and Louth Rotary.
* For more information about Louth Interskill, call (01507) 600118.