Saturday saw the grand opening of the Wolf Den, in what will become the focus point of Gladstone Brookes’ charitable work with the Warrington Wolves Foundation.
The room, which had been recently redecorated and furnished with the help of GB, was officially opened by Foundation Chairman Terry O’Neill, Wolves player Paul Wood, local illustrator and author Curtis Jobling and our very own Sales Manager Leon Moye.
The Wolf Den will provide an opportunity for local youths to engage in educational and technical activities, as well as being the hub of the Children’s University and the all-new Radio & Media Training Suite.
“We are made up to support the Wolves Foundation and in particular be part of the Wolf Den which will benefit the whole community.”
Leon from Gladstone Brookes commented: “We are made up to support the Wolves Foundation and in particular be part of the Wolf Den which will benefit the whole community.”
The ribbon cutting was followed by an engaging workshop by illustrator Curtis Jobling, known for his flagship design of children’s TV hit “Bob the Builder” – as well as being a Wolves fan.
As well as housing around 20 Apple Mac desktop computers, the room also has a large plasma television screen, an interactive whiteboard and projector and is decorated with framed shirts and photos of the Warrington Wolves stars. There are also plans to install a brand new radio station for the kids of the foundation to broadcast their own live internet radio show.