SC4 Carpenters Ltd proudly sponsors Joe Tomlinson, TPPC Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season 2021
Congratulations to Eastleigh Football Club, Joe Tomlinson, for a triple whammy this week. SC4 Carpenters Ltd is proud to be your home game sponsor and delighted by your success this season. Well done for winning TSSC (The Spitfires Supporters Club) 2020/2021 Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season. Well deserved!
Read the full blog to see Joe scoring the winning goal this week.
Stunning Show Homes completed at Water's Edge, Mytchett
In March 2021, SC4 Decorators completed the wallpapering and decorating for Nicholas King's beautiful Show Homes on their Water's Edge site in Mytchett, near Camberley.
Botleigh Grange awarded Certificate of Excellence
High-end 68-bed care home at the Botleigh Grange site in Hedge End has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from the Considerate Constructor's Scheme.
Time To Talk Day 2020
#TimeToTalk Day 2020
1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year, which is why talking about mental health is so important.
Join SC4 start the conversation to end the stigma for those struggling with a mental health problem or crisis.
American Dyslexia Study
Results of an American Study identifies working as a Carpenter as one of the Top Jobs for a person with Dyslexia due to greater awareness of spatial relationships.
SC4 win NEW contract with Highwood Group for 68 bed care home
SC4 Carpenters have won a NEW contract to provide carpentry services for a 68 bed care home in Hedge End for primary contractor, Highwood Group. We are excited to work alongside Highwood again, in what looks to be an exciting and interesting project.
Every Mind Matters team up with the FA Cup to create Mental Health video for 3rd Round Weekend
HRH THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AND FOOTBALL LEGENDS CHAMPION MENTAL HEALTH ON EMIRATES FA CUP THIRD ROUND WEEKEND
Public Health England’s Every Mind Matters and the Heads Up campaign, a partnership between Heads Together and The FA, have teamed up to encourage football fans to take simple actions to look after their mental health.
In an historic first, all Emirates FA Cup Third Round matches this weekend will be delayed by one minute to urge fans to ‘Take a Minute’ for their mental health.
Ahead of kick-off, a powerful one-minute film narrated by HRH The Duke of Cambridge and featuring famous faces from the world of football - including Frank Lampard and Alex Scott - will be played.
The partnership encourages fans to complete Every Mind Matters’ ‘Your Mind Plan’ tool to receive a personalised plan of self-care actions to deal with stress, boost mood, improve sleep and feel more in control.
Search Every Mind Matters to create your own personal mental health action plan.
How timber can help solve the housing crisis.
'A cross-party report into how the timber frame industry can play a major role in helping solve the housing crisis has been welcomed by insulation specialist Actis.'
How is gender stereotyping effecting our industry?
As an Ambassador for Women in Construction #WIC and Diversity in Construction #DIC, and as a Mental Health First Aider - #MHFA, I truly believe that if we are to attract women and people from diverse communities, or those with disabilities into Construction, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths #STEM, as well as support those already in the industry struggling with prejudice, hidden and visible disabilities, mental health issues and family commitments already in the industry then we need to make fundamental changes in society.
Diversity in Construction Ambassadors
SC4 are happy to announce, we will be sending two representatives, as Diversity in Construction Ambassadors, to the London Build Expo 2019.