SCI-Tech Daresbury is celebrating after winning a charity award.

The science and technology hub has been awarded the Corporate Supporter prize by cerebral palsy charity Stick ‘n’ Step, for its fundraising efforts.

Several honours were held during a the virtual Stars of Stick ‘n’ Step Awards last month.

Stick ‘n’ Step interim chief executive Jenny Snell said: ‘’Sci-Tech Daresbury has worked tirelessly over the past year-and-a-half, despite the turmoil of Covid.

“The team’s commitment to the charity has been clear, with the campus going above and beyond to publicise our work, and every tenant coming together to support our campaigns and raise money.

“‘We are thrilled to have been able to show our appreciation to the campus with the Corporate Supporter award.”

Sci-Tech chairman John Downes added: “We are incredibly pleased and grateful to Stick ‘n’ Step to have won their Corporate Supporter award.

‘‘Particularly following the Covid-19 pandemic, our smaller, regional charities need our support more than ever.

“The work Stick ‘n’ Step does for children with cerebral palsy and their families is so important.

‘‘Over the past year, our tenants and staff have come together in new and innovative ways to make sure that our fundraising efforts continue throughout the various government lockdowns.

‘‘Everyone is looking forward to continuing our activities over the next six months."