Your chance to nominate deserving Newham resident to get day’s free labour
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Two electricians are offering to do a day’s labour free for a deserving person nominated by friends, family or colleagues.
Although Kevin Gospage who owns and runs Small Installs, in Jude Street, Canning Town, has had the idea for some time it was only when he was joined by fellow electrician Anthony Leigh, 29, that he could turn it into reality.
Now they want to hear from people across Newham who know someone who deserves the help.
Kevin, 31, who lives in Canning Town, said although they can’t take on a huge job such as re-wiring a house, they will for example help people correct faulty wiring, install burglar alarms and even re-wire part of a house.
Kevin said: “I come across a lot of shoddy electrical work and I thought it would be good if I could help them re-do it. It would have to be something that we can get done in a day although I know it would depend on the job.”
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Kevin and Anthony want to hear from anyone who knows a deserving person - someone who has had a tough time, someone who is community minded or puts others before themselves. They can send their nominations to Kevin and Anthony at Hello@smallinstalls.co.uk
Once they have been nominated, Kevin and Anthony will pick the winner.
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