aaron pearson

We would like to nominate Aaron as trade hero because he has created not one but two spaces for disabled children, the first was a derelict store space to an inclusion centre and secondly was a complete sensory space, so isolated children and families with disabilities find support

We would like to nominate Aaron Pearson (as featured in professional builder magazine and finalist of plasterer of the year) as BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES TRADE HERO 2018 because we believe he is everything that the trade hero represents, he's generous, kind and humble
Aaron goes above and beyond when he helps us with our overall goals,
Aaron always does an outstanding job, totally free of charge, we are so lucky to have him supporting us, We are autism isolation no more, our aim is preventing isolation for families affected by autistic spectrum,
Aaron is a father of a child with autism himself so he understands the need for a suitable place where families can go and feel supported and their children can safely play, and be accepted.
Just Wanting to help Aaron gave up all of his free time to help us create our first social inclusion venue, Giving up many days and evenings, he single-handedly striped the walls of all the shelving, plastered the entire wall space, and he even painted it and laid down the flooring, converting the space from a delirect large store to a comfortable place for our families to use and enjoy, when our inclusion venue came to its end, Aaron helped us remove all of our processions and even hired us a removal van for us so we could do so with ease, after all of our hard work it was a very stressful time,
Aaron than provided his fantastic services again to help create our new sensory space,
Aaron plastered the walls with a great new product called durufinish to help our walls stay fresh and help withstand constant knocking and ware, which turned out to be very wise indeed, it stills looks great,
over the time we have been going Aaron has collected and installed heavy duty sensory equipment for us, like our double interactive bubble tubes and fibre optics curtains and he continues to help us by maintaining the sensory equipment so its in fully working order for our children,
( which believe us is not easy) he even recently refurbished an interactive panel for us that we thought was broken by replacing the motor saving us a lot of money in the process, we can always rely on Aarons behind the scenes work to help us move forward he evens supports us by donating raffle prizes and last year he ran the great south run for us helping to raise funds and even spoke on local radio, Aaron was even our Santa this year who rode around in a sensory limousine distributing presents to the children that find it hard to leave their homes.
We really could not have survived if it wasn't for all of Aarons help, He has literally supported us so we may support others, and Aaron has already pledged his ongoing support for the next phrase of our project which is to build a larger permanent base for us