UOP Gives Much Needed Funds to Two Local Charities

From everyone at United Oil Products, we wish you a wonderful holiday season and happy new year.

Irlam based lubricant manufacturer Bishopdale Group (Metalube, Molyslip and UOP) particularly wanted to give back to its local community this year and has donated £1000 to two local charities (£500 each) – The Irlam and Cadishead Food Bank and The Impact Community Church.

Chris Cowan, Logistics Executive at the Irlam plant is an active member of the Impact Community Church and says: “My church has an amazing outreach wing, it’s not so much about religion but about going on the streets and trying to help the homeless and people within the community who are struggling.  Last Wednesday, for example, we delivered food hampers and presents to some of the most impoverished in our community.”

The Irlam and Cadishead foodbank was launched in September 2016, and now has over fifty local volunteers.  The foodbank receives donations on Monday afternoons and distributes food parcels each Tuesday morning. 

Robert Brown, Managing Director says: “We know that this area has been particularly badly impacted by COVID-19, so it was important for us to give a little back to our neighbours this year.  Many of our employees live locally and it is heart-warming to see such active projects helping our struggling communities.”

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Logistics Executive, Chris Cowan working with Pastor Lee Marsland from Impact Community Church preparing food deliveries purchased with the Bishopdale donation to the foodbank.



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