Croft Goode commended for work children's centre

Croft Goode, based in Kirkham, was highly commended for the Alan King Award, for its work on the Hesketh with Beconsall Children’s Centre at All Saint Primary School in West Lancashire. The honour was awarded by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT).

The Centre was designed on behalf of Lancashire County Council and enables local midwifery services to deliver ante natal clinics.

John Bridge of Croft Goode said: “Phase three children’s centres are required to provide improved access to services and facilities for families. The centre at Hesketh had to include provision for services such as outreach activity for isolated families at risk of social exclusion, plus advice for mothers, fathers and carers across a spectrum of child-related areas. For our technical work on the project to be recognised by our peers in the industry is a great feeling.”