KLG Rutland make a life-changing donation, helping a local child attend school

Four-year-old Scarlett, from Arnold, has been rushed into intensive care on seven different occasions, so KLG Rutland donated a defibrillator to keep her safe at school.   Scarlett Cooper suffers from the very rare Dravet syndrome. This is a severe and sometimes life-threatening type of epilepsy that is usually discovered during a child’s infant years,… Read more »

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How we can make buildings more accessible

Even as technology and architecture continue to evolve, it is clear that many buildings still present barriers to accessibility. In the UK alone, the NHS reported in 2014 that there were 1.2 million wheelchairs users and 1.5 million people with a learning disability. By 2050, it has been predicted that across the globe there will be… Read more »

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🎄CHRISTMAS CHARITY GIFT APPEAL 🎄

KLG Rutland are collecting donations for children living in Womens Aid refuges during the Christmas period. They will otherwise have very little during the festive period. We are looking for new toys and gifts for children from 0 -16 years old.   Here is what the company, generous staff and friends have collected so far…. Read more »

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