A DISABILITY charity got some helping hands with sprucing up part of its new café.

Enham Trust received the support of staff from the Co-op this week in painting its client and residents’ IT Discovery Centre and Library, part of Enham Trust’s Café which opened to the public on Friday.

A group of six Co-op employees from the firm’s Andover Business Park depot fulfilled a day of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) requirements to re-decorate and paint the room, with the support of Homebase in Andover, who donated paint and equipment for the makeover.

Kathryn Uren, engagement support assistant at the Co-op Andover depot, said: “As part of the Co-op groups commitment to support local communities throughout the UK, Andover distribution centre are committed to supporting the Test Valley area and beyond.

“The team had a great day and were very enthusiastic about doing the activity.”

“We were very pleased with the end result and would like to thank Enham Trust for this opportunity.”

Claire Chambers, income generation lead at Enham Trust said: “We really could not do without our volunteers at Enham Trust and our corporate volunteering days are really popular with local businesses, such as The Co-op who want to give back to their local community.”