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Rob Holden, Managing Director of Cathodic Protection, meets Ruby Stuckey, founder of Grantham Passage in the church hall at ChristChurch.
Rob Holden, Managing Director of Cathodic Protection, meets Ruby Stuckey, founder of Grantham Passage in the church hall at ChristChurch.

A Grantham business has donated £190 to a town charity which helps vulnerable people.

Cathodic Protection, of Venture Way, Grantham, presented the money to Grantham Passage.

Managing Director Rob Holden visited the charity in the church hall at ChristChurch where Grantham Passage provides local vulnerable people with free food and drink.

Mr Holden presented a cheque to the founder of Grantham Passage Ruby Stuckey.

Mr Holden said the money was raised at a raffle at the company. He said: “We wanted to help a charity locally that is making a difference. We are a well established company in Grantham and we wanted to do something in Grantham.”

Cathodic Protection offers a corrosion protection service for the gas and oil industry and undertakes contracts all over the world.

Grantham Passage was set up by Ruby in 2001 for people who were homeless or in a financial or relationship crisis. It holds sessions throughout the week at churches in Grantham.



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