Welcome to the Krol Corlett monthly newsletter.


It’s been a full-on few weeks, with no signs of slowing down. Here is just a snippet of some recent
Krol Corlett highlights…


We kick off with our scheme at the old Fleetwood Hospital – soon to become a state of the art youth hub, our Sponsored Parliamentary Reception in the capital and finally our latest commitment to social impact over at the Maritime Museum.


Dive into our latest newsletter below!

Fleetwood’s youth hub unveiled

Exciting News – We are proud to lead the £1 million Youth Hub project at the former Fleetwood Hospital.


In collaboration with The Fleetwood Trust and supported by the Government’s Youth Investment Fund, this initiative will revitalise the site and provide vital services for the town’s youth. The community hub, known as ‘The HUB’, featuring a food bank, will expand to include a cafe, teaching kitchen, co-working spaces, studios and meeting rooms.




Opening ceremony for new youth centre
 Pictured: Lord Tom McNally, Charley Wilkinson CEO Fleetwood Trust, John Hartley CEO Fleetwood Town Community Trust,  Dawn Taylor Shelby
Krol Corlett team included : Simon Gornall, Craig Ward , Michelle Eager; Tom Singleton         

Krol Corlett Group shines at last month's Parliamentary Reception

Krol Corlett took centre stage as sponsors at the Parliamentary Reception held at the iconic House of Commons.


This exclusive event, in partnership with leaders from Manchester City Council and Leeds City Council, gathered over 150 Northern business leaders for a day of collaboration and insights.

Taking a stand against homelessness

Krol Corlett return as Nugent’s headline sponsor along with many of our brave team participating in ‘Sleep Out’ at the Maritime Museum –  Albert Dock.

All in support of a mission to raise essential funds and awareness for the homeless and housing crisis through Merseyside.

Click to support: https://www.justgiving.com/page/krol-corlett-sleep-out

All-size donations are super appreciated and will make a significant & direct difference in providing accommodation for those fleeing domestic abuse, transitioning out of care or anyone who may be vulnerable.

Taking a Stand Against Homelessness in Merseyside