Work underway on disability charity’s new hub

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It’s been a busy year for Mosaic 1898, a Leicester-based disability charity, since they embarked on an exciting journey to restore and revive an old, at-risk community asset in Whetstone. Their project promises to create a life-enhancing hub of care and support for disabled people and the local community.

Zoheb Shariff, CEO, Mosaic 1898 said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating this moment, a milestone that is a testament to our team, partners, supporters, and community. This is another feat in our charity’s long history that will no doubt be a catalyst to further our work to enrich the lives of disabled people by creating spaces where communities can thrive.”

The charity recently appointed Scope Construction as the principal contractor and inaugurated the build at a humble breaking ground ceremony, celebrating the moment with their people, partners and supporters as well as representatives from Blaby District Council.

Alberto Costa MP for South Leicestershire together with the charity’s Chairman, Steve Smith did the honours of putting the very first spade in the ground to mark the occasion.

Steve Smith, Chairperson, Mosaic 1898 said: “It’s a very exciting time for Mosaic 1898. It hasn’t been easy to get to this point, but taking on the

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