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Sketch Moves help the Prison Reform Trust

06 Apr 2017  |  People  |  News

Sketch Studios has continued its charitable work by assisting the Prison Reform Trust in a recent office refurbishment.

The Trust, an independent UK charity working to create a just, humane and effective penal system, required help from the Sketch Moves team while their office was refurbished.

Sketch moved employees at the Trust out of their office temporarily, cleared all the redundant furniture for disposal, and then managed the move back into the space after the refurb was complete.

Sketch Head of Moves, Neil Edmundson, said: “We found out about this project from a previous client and we are always more than happy to help when we can. We’re delighted they are so happy with the final outcome.”

Sketch received a letter of commendation from the Trust with thanks for the help given.

Peter Dawson, Director of the Prison Reform Trust, said: “The results are simply wonderful and have given us a vastly superior base from which to operate. We are grateful for your generous assistance in helping us move offices and in the storage and disposal of items.

“As a small charity serving the needs of some of the most vulnerable people in our society, prisoners and their families, we would not have been able to afford to refurbish our offices, especially to such a high standard, had it not been for your help.

“We are delighted with our new offices and are so very grateful to Sketch Studios for helping the transformation to take place.”

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