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CMB Maintenance Add A Personal Touch To Their Brand New Vans

The vans are inked in our CMB red and blue colours and have some of the famous and historical buildings of our city showcased on them. For the 2 new vehicles however, we did something different and added in the Llanrumney Hall Community Trust building which has close ties to CMB Engineering and CMB Maintenance.

(CMB Maintenance Manager, Liam Wozencroft, pictured at Llanrumney Hall Community Trust with the new branded vehicles).

The building is rich in history and as well as once being the home to Henry Morgan, the infamous privateer and face of the Captain Morgan's rum, it is also a building which CMB’s Managing Director, Steve Borley, invested in and saved from a derelict state and restored it to what is now a thriving community centre supporting the East of Cardiff (read more here). Additionally, CMB Maintenance’s Manager, Liam Wozencroft, grew up in Llanrumney and wanted to showcase Cardiff East and one of it’s prideful facilities on the new vans. Liam commented:

“It’s a pleasure for me to promote Llanrumney Hall across my new van fleet. Growing up in Llanrumney and it being where my family still live means Llanrumney Hall brings back fond memories for me, notably spending many younger years playing in the woods and around the local area. It’s fantastic to see Llanrumney Hall getting a new lease of life and providing seasonal events as well as useable space to the community.

I have managed to provide donations to their food pantry previously and with the view of growing the Maintenance division and becoming more successful, I would like to reinvest with the local grass roots sports in way of sponsorship in the future. I’m extremely grateful to Steve Borley and the other Directors for giving me the opportunity, as I’m sure the wider community are seeing the improvements and benefiting from the new life of Llanrumney Hall.”


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