Space Station Self Storage staff lend a hand to the community

Press Release : April 06, 2010
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Making their work more than just a place of business but part of the community is important for everyone at Space Station Self Storage, Slough, Berkshire.

Everyone at the giant self storage centre is putting in extra effort to give something back to the local community.

Two of the latest initiatives include:

Experiencing some sweet success handing out dozens of Easter Eggs to children having treatment at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.

Several staff spent an afternoon at the hospital doling out chocolate while playing and chatting with the children staying on the wards.

Getting a kick out of sponsoring Slough Central Panthers football team in the local Observer Industrial league.

"Most people drive past and see our big building but don’t realise our staff live and work in Slough and are part of the community the same as everyone else," said Space Station manager Jon Slade.

"Doing a little here and there where we can to help others in the community is good for the staff, who see a positive impact from what they do and for those we can help."

Space Station Self Storage is the big green building at the St Paul’s Avenue junction with Wexham Road, Slough.

Staff are keen to try and help out community groups if they can, so if you are part of an organisation that needs some assistance, pop in and have a chat with one of the friendly customer advisers.

"We don’t promise we can help," said Mr Slade. "If there is something we can do we will try our best."

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