We have a kitchen!

Welcome to the next instalment of our project. A lot has been happening in the last week and we are now starting to see the house come back together. All the wallpaper steaming has been completed and the ground floor is now just about plastered. (Disclaimer: any references to words that are linked to ‘getting drunk’ are entirely house related and is no way relate to the staff or learners of Futureworks…)

The fab news is – our kitchen has been fitted. It was an excellent opportunity for Andy the Joiner to show Andy (our apprentice) the finer details of the work involved. Michelle  started lining the bedroom walls yesterday and Sarah has removed the shower cubicle and has been liaising with Jewson’s who have very kindly sold us the worktops at reduced cost.

Our very own Ant and Dec (AKA Ross and Lars) have been continuing with ‘Let’s Get Ready to Rubble’ and been lifting and shifting the remaining waste material. Dale has been helping Michael with plaster boarding the ceiling and generally being a Jack of all 42342006_1819313554855955_4848176869184372736_otrades. The painting is starting on the exterior of the house today so let’s hope for dry weather!!

If our Project is inspiring you – our new Community Works 12 week Programme will be starting soon. Aimed at 18-25 year olds, you will have the opportunity to learn skills in woodwork, wallpapering, furniture restoration, gardening and hands-on experience in our house renovation work. You will also gain a Level 1 Health and Safety and CSCS Training. We also take on volunteers who can get get involved in a variety of practical tasks and gain valuable work experience. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like more information.

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  1. You’re doing some great work, and it’s fantastic to see young people getting interested in construction trades. That kitchen looks great and I’m looking forward to seeing your progress and the finished house. Keep it up!

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