Double donation for local charities

Tracy Jefferies and Jan Hollis (1st and 2nd left) (hartlepool carers) with Brian Dixon and Luke Rutter (right 2nd and right 1st) are photographed at Heerema with (from 3rd left to right) Paul Douglas, Ian Musgrave, Christine Parkes , Steven Turner (all heerema) and Mike Ray (centrica). Picture by FRANK REID
Tracy Jefferies and Jan Hollis (1st and 2nd left) (hartlepool carers) with Brian Dixon and Luke Rutter (right 2nd and right 1st) are photographed at Heerema with (from 3rd left to right) Paul Douglas, Ian Musgrave, Christine Parkes , Steven Turner (all heerema) and Mike Ray (centrica). Picture by FRANK REID
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WORKERS at one of Hartlepool’s largest firms have made a double donation to two local charities.

Heerema, the offshore fabrication yard in Greenland Road, runs an annual scheme which raises cash through a Project Safety Incentive Scheme.

Over the last few months, £2,000 was raised through the scheme and was split between Hartlepool Carers and the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).

A spokesman for Heerema said: “The donation is a joint donation from Centrica Resources and Heerema Hartlepool, and it is a testament to the safe working practices of all of our workforce.

“We are delighted to be able to help two deserving causes.”