In a picturesque setting on a chilly Saturday morning, Hunt's colleagues and their families convened at the Hunt's family farm, embarking on the latest biodiversity initiative.
Undeterred by the frosty weather, 68 Hunt's colleagues and their families, clad in layers and armed with shovels and wellies, united to plant an impressive 200 meters of hedgerow. This collective effort is poised to contribute significantly to bolstering the local biodiversity.
The newly planted hedgerow promises to create new habitats for native birds, insects, and small mammals, establishing a thriving ecosystem and mitigating our carbon footprint.
Following the successful planting of 200 metres of hedgerow, the group reconvened at Gartell Light Railway, where participants were treated to a hearty hog roast lunch accompanied by cold beverages and the opportunity to spend time with colleagues from across the group.
As the day drew to a close, spirits remained high at Gartell Light Railway, marking not just the completion of a vital environmental task but also a celebration of shared efforts and a robust sense of community.
A heartfelt thank you is extended to all who made the day a success, with special appreciation for those who aided in the planning of the day.