Madora Bay chippy Todd trades on his generosity


Todd Mead donated most of his prize to charity.
Todd Mead donated most of his prize to charity.

A MADORA BAY carpenter took out a national Tradie of the Year competition at the weekend.

Well Measured Carpentry Mandurah owner Todd Mead won $25,000 in the Home Timber and Hardware-run competition.

Mr Mead stuck to his pledge to donate $20,000 of the cash to charity. The carpenter is well known for his charity work.

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Mr Mead volunteered his team to help out on Channel 9 show Matt and Kim to the Rescue.

The show sees The Block finalists change families’ lives by renovating their homes.

Mr Mead has already won awards for trade safety and host trainer of the year.