CIF Supports Safe Regeneration’s Santa Splash 2017!

With Christmas just around the corner, Construction Impact Framework (CIF) are very “jolly” to be supporting Safe Regeneration’s Santa Splash 2017, an event that has become a highlight of the community calendar and offers a unique spin on the traditional Santa Dash and we’re glad to be invited along. Taking inspiration from the traditional ‘Santa Dash’, Safe Regeneration have opted to ditch the running shoes for canoes and paddles, as participants paddle there way up the Liverpool / Leeds Canal, starting at Eldonian Village, before ending at Safe Regeneration’s

Festivities will continue at the former Little Merton Community Pub on the dock side of the canal. The Little Merton Community Pub is being renamed as The Lock and Quay and is another project led by Safe Regeneration, which we are proudly supporting as part of the #destinationbootle ( information can be found here http://www.saferegeneration.org.uk/destinationbootle.html).

The aim of the project is to part refurbish and reopen the pub as a public house, a canal-side eatery and as a platform for community artists and musicians to showcase their talents plus much more.  This is seen as the first phase of work on the pub and of the wider regeneration plans for the area, which will create a prominent canal-side visitor destination and we at CIF are keen to invest in such inspired community led regeneration.

 

 

 

CIF Supports Safe Regeneration’s Santa Splash 2017
Date

Nov 17, 2017

Client

Safe Regeneration

Category

Social Impact