A charity which supports people with learning difficulties has had the makeover of a lifetime after winning a national competition.
MK Snap competed against over 50 community projects to win the Johnstone’s Paint Community Spirit campaign and has received a redecoration of its entire facility in Bourton Low, Walnut Tree.
Johnstone’s Paint provided expert colour and paint advice, as well as all the materials for the redecoration from the Johnstone’s Decorating Centre in West Granby.
The work was carried out by facilities management contractors Mitie. MK Dons, who competed in last season’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, supported the MK Snap bid, and goalkeeper Charlie Burns joined in with the painting.
MK Snap chief executive Maureen McColl said: “The difference the redecoration has made to the centre is incredible. Our learners all have a very positive outlook on life and now they have a colourful and vibrant environment to come into every day.
Ben Wilde, of Johnstone’s Paint, said: “We could not have wished for a better winner of our inaugural Community Spirit campaign.”