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Paragon’s donation gives Streetscape wheels

Paragon Software Systems continues its support of Streetscape, a social enterprise providing opportunities for young unemployed people in London, with the purchase of a Ford Transit van for the team.

Streetscape runs apprenticeships that help young people find employment as landscape gardeners and Paragon, the routing and scheduling software company, has been a loyal Streetscape supporter since its launch in 2009.

“The new vehicle gives us independence and will allow us to broaden Streetscape’s outreach,” said Guy Watts, Streetscape’s chairman and co-founder.

William Salter, managing director of Paragon Software Systems, said: "We remain committed to helping Streetscape achieve what it set out to do.

“These are challenging economic times and the Streetscape team is working hard to help unemployed young people find their true potential.

“The new van will undoubtedly help the organisation with the practicalities of getting out and about to do the work and we are really pleased to have been able to purchase it for them.”

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