SHROPSHIRE FIRM PRESENTS SHREDDER TO COUNTY CHARITY

SHROPSHIRE FIRM PRESENTS SHREDDER TO COUNTY CHARITY
Project Manager Rozz Crockford,
Clients Stuart Bramell and Victoria
Woodwood and Craig Hughes
of Chrisbeon.

One of Shropshire’s leading office supply companies has gifted a security shredder to a registered charity.
The donation from Chrisbeon Office Supplies, of Telford, has been warmly received by The Walled Garden Project of Shifnal whose existing shredder had broken.
Project Manager Rozz Crockford and two clients, Stuart Bramell, 41, and Victoria Woodwood, 28, accompanied her to pick up their new shredder from the Stafford Park showroom of Chrisbeon.
Said Rozz:  “We have known Chrisbeon for coming up five years now and have forged a good working relationship with the firm.  They supply all our inks and have also furnished our offices.
“When our existing shredder gave up we approached Chrisbeon because they have a great empathy with what we do.
“On behalf of staff and students we would like to express our gratitude for the new shredder which is a vital piece of equipment in terms of the type of work we carry out on a daily basis.”
The Walled Garden Project has 150 clients a week and they include Stuart and Victoria who are in their fifth academic year.
Said Craig Hughes, a partner of Chrisbeon Office Supplies:  “We have known Rozz and the project for a few years now and greatly admire the work they do.
“It was great to meet Stuart and Victoria, two of the nicest people, and the shredder is our way of supporting the Walled Garden Project and its team.”