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A REPAIR and maintenance company has donated materials to an organisation that helps people with disabilities so it can build a new training centre.

Comserv UK Ltd, Havant decided to contribute after one of the PCMI trainees completed a work experience placement with the company.

Comserv’s group executive manager Richard Cooper said: ‘We are proud to be working in association with PCMI and we are already discussing further plans to develop our support and relationship.’

PCMI provides training and support for people with disabilities and the unemployed, helping them back into work with the skills that employers want.