Jewson helps support group

Published:  15 March, 2010

WEYMOUTH: Jewson provided materials for a support group to build a soundproof therapy and consultation room.

The Help and Support for Bankrupt People project, set up by former businessman Ian Lambert who went bankrupt and ended up in prison, provides free counselling services and non-judgemental support.

Mr Lambert said: "It's a new community project to help and support bankrupt and insolvent people."

He said Weymouth businesses have been "overwhelmingly supportive" of the project and Jewson builders merchants has provided 600 worth of building material.

Mr Lambert said: "Jewson's have really come to our aid because their donation will enable us to build a soundproof therapy and consultation room."

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