Blackburn Youth Zone welcomes Rosslee Construction as a patron

Rosslee Construction Joins Blackburn BID Member, Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone, as Bronze Patron 

Rosslee Construction, a distinguished construction and development firm based in Accrington, proudly announces its role as a Bronze Patron of Blackburn BID Member, Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone, underscoring its commitment to supporting local communities and fostering the growth and development of young people. 

This significant partnership reflects Rosslee Construction’s steadfast dedication to giving back to the community in which it operates. The decision to become a Bronze Patron is a testament to their ongoing efforts to contribute to young people’s well-being and future prospects in Blackburn and Darwen. 

Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone is a cornerstone of the local community, providing a secure and inspiring environment for children and young adults to engage in meaningful activities. The Youth Zone is open to individuals aged 5 to 19 (and up to 25 through the Youth Hub), offering a diverse range of programs aligned with its three key pillars: skills and aspirations, cohesion, and health and well-being. 

As a Bronze Patron, Rosslee Construction joins the esteemed network of businesses that support Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone in its mission to provide crucial services and programs to the young people of Blackburn and Darwen. This philanthropic partnership plays a vital role in sustaining and expanding the invaluable services offered by the Youth Zone. 

Commenting on this new collaboration, Gary Clarkson, Managing Director at Rosslee Construction, expressed their enthusiasm, stating: 

“Rosslee Construction is proud to join the Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone network as a Bronze Patron. We believe in actively contributing to the communities where we operate. By supporting the Youth Zone, we aim to play a role in the positive development and well-being of the youth in Blackburn and Darwen, empowering them to achieve their full potential.” 

In addition, Rosslee Construction also won a Hyndburn Business Award 2023 for ‘Workforce Development’; this was due to their significant Apprenticeship programme with local colleges. 

Wayne Wild, Chairman of Darwen Town Deal and Trustee of Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone, said: 

“We are immensely thankful for the commitment of businesses like Rosslee Construction, whose support as a Bronze Patron significantly contributes to the success of Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone. Together, we look forward to working hand in hand, enhancing the lives of young people in our borough and fostering a community where they can thrive. If you are interested in joining the network, please do get in touch with us” 

This partnership exemplifies Rosslee Construction’s commitment to corporate social responsibility and its belief in the power of supporting the region’s youth. Through their participation in the Blackburn & Darwen Youth Zone network, Rosslee Construction looks forward to making a meaningful impact on the local community and contributing to the bright futures of young people. 

If you are interested in becoming a patron please contact