Cluster 12 recently held a Lend-a-Hand day at Frampton Marsh, the RSPB Nature Reserve.
This was to plant 4,000 reeds to help attract more wildlife to the area. The day was attended by David Boyall, Stuart McNeill and Ian Fincham from the Commercial team, Mark Frammingham, Technician, Dave Bainbridge, Relief Plant Manager, and fitter Neville Hebblewhite.
The team supported each other very well on what turned out to be a very hot day. The location, as you can imagine, was very picturesque.
Toby from the RSPB was very grateful for the help, as this was a big step in their progression of developing the range of wildlife using this reserve as a habitat.
Toby would like to further build this partnership and enlist help at this site and at their other sites across the East Midlands, Lincolnshire and the East of England.
The team agreed that it was a very rewarding day and hope to do another lend a hand again to meet the new friends that have taken up residence there.
Well done to all those who attended and for the hard work put in on a sweltering day, great teamwork.