First Floors flooring showroom has recently changed its pricing structure, rounding everything from priced at .99 per square metre to the nearest pound.
We feel that this provides more transparent prices, and customers find it much easier to do some quick sums in their head in terms of how much a new floor will roughly cost.
We decided that rather than benefit from any price increase associated with this new pricing structure, we would donate the extra between two charities that we owe personal thanks to here at the First Floors flooring showroom.
The first charity we have chosen to support is the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Care following the support that owner David Samuel’s father received. Secondly, our Carpet Specialist Patrick Oats owes thanks to the National Autistic Society for the support he has received in regards to his son.
Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Care
In the West of Scotland we have the highest cancer rate in Europe with more than one in three people affected by cancer in the West of Scotland – the highest cancer rate in Europe. The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre is one of the busiest and larger cancer centres in the UK and is internationally renowned for delivering radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Each year the centre sees over 8,000 new patients and delivers more than 25,000 courses of chemotherapy along with 6,500 courses of radiotherapy.
Nearly a thousand skilled and dedicated professionals work within the Beatson. It has world-class facilities, the most cutting edge equipment, treatments and support in order to help treat cancer.
To find out more about the Beatson Cancer Charity, or to make a donation visit their website. http://www.beatsoncancercharity.org
The National Autistic Society
There are over 700,000 people in the UK who are currently on the autism spectrum. From severe to mild, they make up around 2.8 million people who’s lives have been affected by autism.
The National Autistic Society is the UK’s largest provider of specialist services for people with autism as well as their family, friends, schools and educators. The National Autistic Society trains staff and volunteers who can help the lives of those affected.
For hundreds of autistic people, the support received by The National Autistic Society can make the difference between independence and isolation. Their services enable people to live a full life, have confidence and embrace opportunities. It can also give carers and families much needed information, training and respite.
For more information on The National Autistic Society, or to make a donation visit their website. http://www.autism.org.uk
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