Poultec Training donates IT equipment to local appeal

Poultec Training is donating twenty desktop computers to the Blake’s Wish 2 Walk appeal.  This is just one of the activities that the directors and staff of Poultec Training and South Green Park have involved with to support Blake’s Wish 2 Walk appeal, which is raising £50,000 to fund Blake’s SDR operation to help him walk.

Poultec prides itself in providing high-end, latest computer hardware for its students to use within their training business based in Mattishall.  As a result of this Poultec frequently has computer equipment that is no longer required but still has a serviceable life, which is often sold or donated to local charities.  These desktop computers are a perfect additional computer for a household or great for those new to home computing.  They have a fully licensed version of Windows XP, ready to receive your own software.

Twenty Dell Optiplex GX270 desktop computers complete with Dell 19” flat panel monitor, keyboard and mouse were handed over to Debbie Barley by Poultec’s Managing Director Edward Bales.  Edward added “We are pleased to continue to support Blake’s Wish2Walk appeal; there have had a number of events here at South Green Park and by donating this equipment will hopefully generate more money to help Debbie and Luke meet their target”.

To purchase a computer for £100, contact Debbie on 01362 693452.