Stevenage building firm behind autism nursery goes digital for charity cause

Tracks chairman Mervyn Terrett, lead professionals Sara Campbell & Alleyne Cliff, Conamar chairman C

Tracks chairman Mervyn Terrett, lead professionals Sara Campbell & Alleyne Cliff, Conamar chairman Con Dower, Tracks treasurer Craig Winston - Credit: Archant

An award-winning business which has built a state-of-the-art nursery for children with autism has gone digital to raise funds for the cause.

Stevenage-based building firm Conamar has donated £200 to independent charity Tracks after turning a disused office block in Boulton Road into an early years centre for youngsters with autism or related conditions.

The business, which was named Company of the Year at the Herts Business Awards 2014, saved the sum by sending Christmas e-cards instead of posting them.

Tracks chairman Mervyn Terrett said: “We have been delighted to accept this donation, especially as this comes at such an exciting time for our charity. They have worked superbly in order to get our new premises into tip-top condition and we are excited that the next phase of our history can take place.”


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