Watton-at-Stone house building manager to make homes for vulnerable Cambodian families

PUBLISHED: 12:00 26 January 2019

Adam Towers. Picture: Image Creative Partnership

Adam Towers. Picture: Image Creative Partnership

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A man from Watton-at-Stone is travelling to Cambodia to help build safe homes for vulnerable families.

The CALA Homes house building team. Picture: Image Creative PartnershipThe CALA Homes house building team. Picture: Image Creative Partnership

Adam Towers, technical manager at house building company CALA Homes, was selected to join the CALA Build 2019 team, who will travel to Battambang in Cambodia next month to build a home for a family living in an informal settlement.

He is one of 10 CALA employees from across the UK chosen for the project, which was organised in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.

Adam said: “Everyone should have access to a safe and secure place to call home, and I can’t wait to meet the family we’ll be building one for. I hope that the project will go some way in helping this family improve their lives and enable them to build a better future.”

The CALA Build team has been fundraising ahead of the trip, and the total money raised is expected to exceed £20,000.

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