NINE members of our staff raised £245 for charity by taking part in a Race for Life event last Sunday (July 9, 2017).
The team, which was headed up by our Joint Chairman, Heather Williamson, all took part in aid of Cancer Research UK.
We’re delighted to announce that we have recently (July, 2017) been chosen to supply 660 bee-friendly trees to the Trees for Sacred Spaces initiative.
We have been picked by The Conservation Foundation to provide the trees to be planted in London church yards later on in the year.
We have pledged to undertake this year’s Race for Life, which is taking place in Hereford on Sunday, July 9.
Many of our female staff members have kindly signed up to this fantastic event, raising money for Cancer Research UK. This charity is entirely funded by the public and is the world’s leading charity dedicated to preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer.
Staff at our Division in Hereford hosted a National Farmers Union (NFU) Open Day last Thursday (June 29, 2017) inviting members to visit the nursery and gain an insight into the growing process.
NFU Policy Adviser, Clare Greener, and The Farmer journalist, Ian Howie, joined the tour, as well as more than 30 attendees from Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
One of our Management Trainees will this month (July, 2017) be attending the 2017 IPPS European Region Annual Conference as part of the 6 Packer Award.
Twenty-three-year-old Chris King has been selected as one of 10 students/young horticulturists to be sponsored to attend the conference in Alphen en Rijn, Netherlands from July 10 until 14.