This morning Life Education Trust Counties Manukau held the official opening and blessing of their new wheelchair ramp. The ramp was generously funded by The Potter Masonic Trust and engineered by Invacare, who we are extremely grateful to. A huge thanks to Chapel Downs Primary School for hosting the event.
CEO for Life Education Trust Counties Manukau Lincoln Jefferson said “Our wheelchair ramp will allow all our students full access to experience Life Education’s health and well-being programme.”
A huge thank you to Martin Cooper Kaumātua for the blessing, Vaughan van Rensburg principal of Chapel Downs School, Geoff Purtill & Nick Heyworth from Invacare Asia Pacific and members from our wonderful funders The Potter Masonic Trust, Eddie Jeeles, David Mace and Selwyn Cooper.
As you can see the weather didn't play ball!