Redhill Employees Build Willow Flowerbed at The Orpheus Centre
August 03, 2016
Bristow employees located at Redhill, Surrey, in the UK, recently designed and created the Willow Flowerbed at The Orpheus Centre, an independent specialist college for disabled adults.
"The flowerbeds are a vast improvement to the grounds at The Orpheus Centre," said Trust Fundraiser Angelene Rackett. "They look very nice and the volunteers did a great job."
Bristow has a long-term relationship with the organization and has assisted with various projects over the last four years.
"The gusto with which certain members of staff attacked the willow trees used to make the fences for the landscaped gardens will be a long lasting memory for me," said Bristow Director, Associate General Counsel, Global Operations and Compliance Manager James Howell-Richardson, a member of the volunteer team. "It was wonderful to see the change Bristow has made to The Orpheus Centre over the last four years."
"On behalf of all the staff and students at The Orpheus Centre, I would like to thank the Bristow team for all your their work and creativity in creating our Willow Flowerbed," said The Orpheus Centre Fundraising Officer Louise Hallett. "We have had lots of compliments about it; everyone has been very impressed."