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Hilsonic have joined other leading UK companies – from large manufacturers and SMEs to enterprising start-ups – as the latest members of Made in Britain.
Established in 2011, Made in Britain is the UK’s leading organisation supporting British manufacturing, both nationally and internationally. Accredited to businesses selling British-manufactured products, the marque helps customers easily identify British-made goods, promoting the innovation, excellence and quality standards that are associated with the UK’s manufacturing sector.
On 25th March 2017 a gas explosion in New Ferry destroyed several buildings and left a number of business premises badly damaged. A cordon remains around the blast site and numerous traders are still unable to access their properties which is directly affecting the livelihoods of owners, staff and residents.
The local community is rallying to help, and with the support and assistance that is being given right across the district the recovery will very much be a collaborative effort. If you would like to offer your support to those affected by this terrible event there are a number of ways you can help:
The New Ferry Town Team have established a fund to help ease the burden on businesses that have been unable to trade, have lost stock and are without premises. The aim of this fund is to raise £10k which will be used to support those in most need, supporting them to recommence trading in their own units or in ‘pop-up’ premises in New Ferry. Any support you may be able to offer will go directly to the affected businesses and is much appreciated. Donations can be made at https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/lovenewferry.