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Barratt reaches out to NW7 Hub

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The NW7 Hub, a community outreach charity in Mill Hill that stepped up to support the local Covid-19 response during lockdown and beyond has received a £1000 donation from Barratt London. The housebuilder is behind the Millbrook Park development on Bittacy Hill.

The NW7 Hub was established in 2017 by a group of local residents who held a joint vision to create and new and vibrant community facility in the centre of Mill Hill. The Hub began operating from the Mill Hill Library building and now manages the local library service alongside delivering a range of activities in the Mill Hill area to develop a sense of community. Barratt London’s Community Fund sees the housebuilder donate £1,000 per month to a local charity or organisation working to improve the quality of life for those living in the local area.

Ed McCoy, Sales Director for Barratt West London, said, “Already providing important services to the local community, the NW7 Hub has recently gone above and beyond to support Mill Hill residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Paul Edwards, Trustee at NW7 Hub, adds: “It’s great to see housebuilders such as Barratt London give back through providing homes for local people and backing grassroots projects within the local area.”


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