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North West charity appoints Refresh PR to raise profile

The Walton Lea Partnership, a North West based charity that provides supported employment for adults with learning difficulties and mental health issues, has appointed Refresh PR to help raise its profile.

The charity, which also offers support to those with mobility challenges and early onset Alzheimer’s, has tasked Refresh PR to raise awareness of its services and offerings to beneficiaries, volunteers, donators and visitors.

Phil Marshall, director at the Walton Lea Partnership, said: “As a charity we strive to service both beneficiaries and the wider community. We are committed to making a difference and aim to improve the self-esteem and status of adults with learning difficulties, helping them to play a full part in the local community. We appointed Refresh PR as it was evident the team is passionate about the work they do and are keen to make a difference.

The Walton Lea Partnership currently has two sites in Warrington, The Walton Lea Walled Garden and the Long Lane Garden Centre.