A new mosaic wall has been created in the gardens of Tassibee, a volunteer-led support group for isolated and socially excluded Pakistani women in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, with the help of supply chain and procurement specialist Integrated Services.
Integrated Services donated the tiles that were used to construct the mosaic at the group’s centre in Rotherham.Built by a group of volunteers made up from women in the local community, the mosaic depicts the Prophet Muhammad’s family tree.
Khalida Luqman, project manager at Tassibee, commented: "We are delighted with the new mosaic wall and would like to thank Integrated Services for their kind donation, as well asall the women involved that helped to make it. We are committed to delivering innovative training and outreach programmes that help develop new skills and learning opportunities, It is fantastic to know that initiatives like this can bring women who feel isolated and excluded in the community together."
John Fraser, Branch Manager, Rotherham Integrated Services, added: "We were thrilled to be able to assist with this project by supplying the tiles needed. The new mosaic wall looks brilliant and is a testament to the hard work and effort of all the women involved."