Together they made a million

Ransley, Norman
February 2007
Builders Merchants Journal;Feb2007, p12
The article reports on the fund raising drive by the staff at Jewson Ltd. and sister companies Frazer, Graham, and Platform who have generated £1 million for charity in Great Britain. The beneficiaries include Cancer Research UK and the British Heart Foundation. Previous recipients comprised of Wish Upon a Star, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Children's charities.


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