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Blackburn-based, Northern Industrial is the newest local company to join The Youth Zone Patron Family 
We are delighted to announce that local-based company Northern Industrial is the newest member to join our Patron Family. Northern Industrial specialises in keeping businesses up and running with high-quality industrial electronic spare parts, repairs, and onsite support. Founded in 1978 by John Lenehan, Northern Industrial has grown from strength to strength ensuring that they provide great customer service and quality. 
Youth Zone passionately believes that every young person has the right to achieve their full potential, whatever their background or circumstance. Open 365 days a year, the Youth Zone features flexible activity areas over three floors, designed to provide an extensive range of sporting, artistic, cultural, physical, and recreational activities and opportunities that young people would not get elsewhere. The Youth Zone would not exist without the support of our local businesses.
After consultations with leading East Lancashire businesses, Blackburn Youth Zone has recently launched how they can support businesses with their ESG agenda. 
Wayne Wild, Trustee of Blackburn Youth Zone said:
“On behalf of the whole Youth Zone team, volunteers, members, and board, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Northern Industrial for its support and for becoming our newest Patron, becoming a patron at the Youth Zone will enable us to help provide fundamental support for young people in our local community. 
Stakeholders are increasingly informing their decisions based on the business’s Environmental Social Governance credentials, this makes your business ESG efforts crucial to long-term value creation and growth. Becoming a Patron will connect you with like-minded business leaders and support your ESG.” 
David Lenehan, Managing Director of Northern Industrial said: 
“We are delighted to become a Patron for Blackburn Youth Zone; we want to support and invest in projects to help young people in the community. We are excited to work together with the Youth Zone to raise the ambitions of young people”