2020 offer free consultations for Cancer charity

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2020 Architects in Ballymoney are offering free architectural consultations for one week in May to raise funds for The Jill Todd Trust, in partnership with Friends of the Cancer Centre NI.

The ‘Ask an Architect Initiative’ runs from May 13-19 and is organised by the Royal Society of Ulster Architects.

This is the second year 2020 Architects have participated in this unique charitable event.

During the week, 2020 Architects, alongside participating architects across Northern Ireland, will offer their services free of charge giving advice to those considering a building or renovation project, all for a charitable donation of a minimum of £40.

The Jill Todd Trust was established in 2011 by local architect Barrie Todd and his wife Trish in commemoration of their late daughter Jull, who at of the age of 23 had her vey active, talented, and personable life taken by cancer.

Friends of the Cancer Centre is one of Northern Ireland’s leading cancer charities. All money raised through ask an architect will support locally led cancer research.

2020 Architects will carry out consultations at their office located at 49 Main Street, Ballymoney. Booking is on a first-come, first-served basis. If you want to avail of a one hour consultation with a chartered architect for a charitable donation, visit www.askanarchitect-ni.com to book your slot.