Warwick North West has announced a new corporate partnership with Alder Hey Children’s Charity, which supports the UK’s busiest children’s hospital, with Director Greg Johnson being appointed to the voluntary role of business ambassador.

The trade fabricator has donated over £18,000 to the hospital’s charity helping to support its Clinical Health Psychology team in improving access and support for children and young people whose mental health and emotional wellbeing has been impacted.

The donation will help to fund the clinical psychologist who will support the two new Child and Young Person Wellbeing Practitioner roles with the Clinical Health Psychology team. These practitioners will provide input in a timely manner to lower intensity cases, enabling Clinical Psychologists to look after those who have a higher level of need.

Greg said: “At Warwick, we have a commitment to corporate social responsibility and community engagement, and as a responsible corporate entity, it is our duty to contribute to the betterment of society, and we are honoured to have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children and their families through this partnership.”

Hayley Thomas, head of corporate partnerships at Alder Hey Children’s Charity, replied: “We very much look forward to working closely with the company in achieving our shared mission of improving the lives of young children and their families.”

Warwick North West is a trade supplier of windows, doors, and lantern roofs, manufacturing both uPVC and aluminium products from Eurocell and Sheerline.


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