We are pleased to announce that we are now a “Guardian Member” of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. As part of our Positive Impact Plan 2025, we are looking forward to continuing the great relationship which compliments with our impact statement of ‘Growing our business whilst reducing our impact’
The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife conservation charity in the area that works to protect and enhance wildlife and their habitats.
2018 marked 15 years since we joined Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust as a business supporter, working together to protect wildlife for the future. From attending the Trusts Green Guardians local green business awards gala evening in 2013 to supporting the successful delivery of educational projects taking children from areas of multiple depravation into the outdoors, to the work undertaken at Strawberry Hill to increase heathland habitat which has resulted in the first recorded pair of breeding nightjar on the site, support has been varied over the years but always with the key impact of protecting wildlife for the future.
Holly McCain, Senior Development Officer at The Nottinghamshire Trust, visited nmcn to award us with a certificate. Jane Cooper, Quality Manager and Heather Parkes, Environmental advisor were pleased to receive the membership status.
Holly McCain, commented “We are very excited to have the newly rebranded nmcn continue their membership with the Trust. Just one of the benefits for nmcn is the promotion the Trust can provide. Especially with a new website which we can help to promote with links from our own and sharing the news through our social media with over 40,000 followers and our 10,000 members. A great incentive for any local business wanting to highlight their key environmental business stance and local impact.”
Jane, who has also volunteered at a number of Wildlife Trust events, commented:”I feel really proud to work for a company that is a corporate member to Notts Wildlife Trust. It is now widely acknowledged that access to countryside and wildlife helps mental health and well-being. The Wildlife Trusts are active in trying to help and preserve the countryside and the wildlife within it.”
Michaela Skodova, our Group Environmental Manager said “Part of this initiative involves making our business less carbon-intensive, managing the impacts of our site operations, and being a positive contributor to biodiversity. We’ll take active steps to meet our objectives over the next seven years by promoting and engaging the supply chain to identify and implement circular solutions, and for colleagues to put fundraising and volunteering efforts towards supporting the worthwhile causes of our charity partners.”
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