Lincolnshire Co-op volunteers join In-Bloom effort

Photographs by Stewart Wall.

Rachel Ashmore, the Lincolnshire Co-operative Volunteer Co-ordinator, and Leanne Antcliffe, of Caistor Funeral, arrived with their team of staff volunteers from all over the county in Caistor today (Monday, June 11th 2018).

They spent the day digging and clearing gardens at Westbrook Grove, helped also by volunteers from Caistor Lions, Caistor in Bloom and residents.

Lincolnshire Co-operative has a large volunteer engagement department, with an aim of making a positive difference to the local community. Each of their 2,800 staff have the chance to spend two days per year doing paid volunteering.

The company also works with organisations such as the Princes Trust, to develop employabililty skills for youngsters. You can see more information by clicking here.

 

4 Comments

  1. Cliff Rust

    A fantastic bunch of volunteers and a great job done.

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  2. pat harris

    well done

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  3. Ailsa Wish

    What a great effort and wonderful initiative by Lincolnshire Co-op. Thank you all for this. It brightens everyone’s day and encourages people out for a walk!

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  4. Michael Galligan

    Many thanks to all the wonderful volunteers for their great work in helping to make Westbrooke Grove look lovely. A special thanks to Lincolnshire Coop staff volunteers who came from places like Horncastle, Louth and Lincoln to help out.

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