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The support given to the Cornish Pirates by Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Limited over the years has been greatly appreciated, particularly in relation to the erection and monitoring of the TV gantry and coach viewing platforms at the Mennaye Field.
Based at Long Rock Industrial Estate, Penzance; the company has been visited this week by Cornish Pirates players Tom Channon and Tom Cowan-Dickie, the latter himself a former scaffolder. Both were keen to hear of the business success achieved by the scaffolding company, which started trading in 1996 with only two scaffolding gangs. The opportunity was taken to present the company with a Cornish Pirates playing shirt and a mounted team photograph.
Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd has not only grown over the years but has also developed an admirable reputation, securing contracts with businesses such as Midas Construction, Gilbert and Goode and Cormac, besides completing large projects such as at The Heartlands Project, Dawlish Emergency Works and the recently completed GWR Long Rock Depot. With a firm customer base the business also holds the contracts for St Michael’s Mount, Western Power, Kersen Kernow and much more.
Poltair School was the venue where the open pitch played its part in the free-flowing rugby displayed.
Making a visit to Penzance & Newlyn RFC’s ‘Westholme’ clubhouse last Friday were three welcome Kiwi guests.
A match day collection held in support of The Chestnut Appeal raised £555-38 when the Cornish Pirates played Ealing Trailfinders at home on the last day of their season.