On Thursday 28th November a team of 8 from UKCloud spent the day at a refuge belonging to the charity Your Sanctuary. The charities Refuge offers a secure home for women and their children who have been affected by Domestic Abuse.
On Wednesday 27th November a team of 15 employees from BMW arrived at Brooklands Museum ready to get to work in helping the museum preserve their fantastic displays of racing history as part of the CMPP Community Action Day Programme.
On a cold morning in November a team of eight volunteers from Alphabet Ltd went along to Horsell Common to help the Horsell Common Preservation Society clear scrub land as part of the CMPP Community Action Day Programme. Scrub removal is a vital part of managing lowland heath, it is a low impact way of carrying out this work and helps reach the goals of the organisation to maintain a habitat for rare ground nesting EU protected birds, reptiles andinvertebrates as part of a wider food chain.
On a Friday in November a team of 11 corporate volunteers from Aetna International left the workplace for the day to give their time to Ash Manor School to help the school create a Pond and path for their Science Garden. The aim of this garden is to demonstrate different habitats and what effect these have on the environment. There is also a population of Crested Newts in the area, so attracting these would also make the pond a conservation area.
On Thursday 31 October 2019, a suite in The Hub Farnborough Business Park was transformed into a petrifying pumpkin workshop. 70 employees from across Farnborough Business Park attended to learn how to carve some frightfully Spooktacular pumpkins.
On a Friday in November a wonderful team from BMW volunteered their time and went along to Knowl Hill School in Pirbright. This is a small school created especially for children with Dyslexia and associated learning needs. The school had applied to CMPP to for a Community Action Day to help give their playground some much needed TLC.
At Aldershot Enterprise Centre, our Reception team hold monthly coffee mornings for the tenants to encourage them to get to know each other without calling it 'networking' which many of our tenants are not comfortable with. But we find that if we put out cakes inevitably they will turn up!
CMPP are delighted to announce Fryer Glass & Company as the newest partner of the CMPP network.
Read all about the Aviators Community Action Day at The Barnsbury School Sensory Garden Project.
Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP), is delighted to welcome Leapfrog Internet Marketing as its latest project partner.
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