National Association of Chimney Sweeps (NACS) support Help for Heroes

Martin Glynn and Bob Leonard presenting the donation to Help for Heroes
Martin Glynn and Bob Leonard presenting the donation to Help for Heroes

Local Trade Association, the National Association of Chimney Sweeps (NACS), who are based in Stone, have raised £2,000 in donations for the Help for Heroes charity during their annual Exhibition, which was held this year in Stratford upon Avon.

Martin P. Glynn the NACS President & CEO said

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the NACS Members, Associate Members, exhibitors, and visitors to the exhibition who made generous donations at the NACS Exhibition. Help for Heroes is the NACS’ designated charity and we are always pleased to help former service personnel, who also may wish to become a NACS Member”.

NACS staff pictured left to right: Bob Leonard (Chairman), Juni Weaver (Merchandise Controller), Rod Murdoch (Safety Director), Martin Glynn (President & CEO), Ron Clark (Honorary Life Vice President), David Donald (Head of Training), and Sally Caine (General Manager
NACS staff pictured left to right: Bob Leonard (Chairman), Juni Weaver (Merchandise Controller), Rod Murdoch (Safety Director), Martin Glynn (President & CEO), Ron Clark (Honorary Life Vice President), David Donald (Head of Training), and Sally Caine (General Manager

Since the exhibition the NACS has been invited by the Help for Heroes charity to become a partner, which the NACS is incredibly proud of.

If anyone is interested in Chimney Sweeping then you can attend a training course at the NACS National Chimney Training Centre in Stone, Staffordshire. Further details can be found on the website www.nacs.org.uk or by telephoning 01785 336555.

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