Contractors demolishing Philpotts fire home donate fee to Skegness children's centre
Contractors working on the demolition of the Philpott fire deaths house are donating their fee to a children's holiday centre in Skegness.
Derby Demolition Ltd have chosen to give the money to the Derbyshire Children's Holiday Centre which provides disadvantaged local children with holidays in the town.
The house is were six children were killed when their home was set on fire by their parents, Mick and Mairead Philpott.
The couple were jailed for manslaughter in January along with their friend Paul Mosley.
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Jade Philpott, 10, and her brothers John, nine, Jack, eight, Jesse, six, and Jayden, five, died in the blaze in May 2012. Duwayne, 13, died days later in hospital.
The fire was started in an attempt to incriminate their father's former partner, who was disputing custody of their children.
Work will take several days and more housing is due to be built on the site of 18 Victory Road in Derby.
DCHC is a charity which was established in 1891 to provide disadvantaged Derbyshire children with holidays in Skegness, Lincolnshire.
At the present time it provides 450 holiday places per season.