The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TWiG: April 2016
Last week, at least 10 employees of RSK abandoned their offices and computer screens to spend an evening working with Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG).
RSK are international environmental consultants who have offices in Barbour Square and as part of their corporate responsibility they volunteered to assist TWiG in clearing Jubilee Wood of the 1200 rabbit guards which have been protecting young saplings in that area of newly established woodland.
You might recall that the 1200 trees were planted in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 2012 and were donated by the Woodland Trust, the Bolesworth Estate and Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Despite a biting wind and the threat of heavy showers, RSK's efforts in supporting TWiG in its woodland management programme were very much appreciated — many hands make light work indeed! Next stop — the brambles!!
If any other companies in Tattenhall would like to involve their staff in practical conservation work then please contact TWiG (01829 770026) or drop the Webteam a line using the 'contact us' facility on the Toolbar.
Great teamwork — 'Thank You RSK'!
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