Franklands lends a hand with Woodland Project
17th December 2012
Director at Franklands Helps Plant Trees
David Harrison, Director at Franklands joined client Reabrook Ltd along with a group of other volunteers and spent a December morning planting trees for the National Forest in former farm land near the Reabrook factory in Moira.
Reabrook has a five year sponsorship agreement with The National Forest to re-establish native woodland at Boothorpe Wood, just a five minute walk from the company’s premises. A total of 42,000 trees will be planted over 21 hectares during the sponsorship period, with the remaining 17 hectares being developed as open parkland.
David commented, "We applaud Reabrook's initiative to create a woodland that can be enjoyed by the local community for many years. This is a fitting and lasting tribute to Reabrook and not only were we delighted to lend a hand, it was a very enjoyable way to spend a sunny winter morning".