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Hanson volunteers help at Jamie’s Farm

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A team of eleven potential senior leaders from Hanson UK’s career development programme made a series of improvements at Jamie’s Farm in Rowlestone, Herefordshire.

Jamie’s Farm acts as a catalyst for change, enabling disadvantaged young people to thrive academically, socially and emotionally. This is achieved through a unique residential experience at its Wiltshire and Herefordshire bases and a rigorous follow-up programme, combining ‘farming, family and therapy'.

The charity was selected by Hanson group as part of their learning programme and volunteered to build a new outdoor dining area, resurfacing the access lane and improve hardstanding areas.The company also donated 200 t of aggregate, 120 t of asphalt and 70 m3 of concrete, along with safety clothing for future use on the farm.

Jamie Feilden, founder and CEO, said: “We are thrilled with this new partnership with Hanson. The combination of man-power plus materials has really enhanced our Herefordshire farm and will ensure we can give the highest quality residential programmes for our visiting young people.

“This is a company going above and beyond in terms of giving back and is a great example of the good that can come from businesses working with a charity. We are so grateful for the generosity of Hanson, its talent team for making this all happen and its CEO Daniel Cooper in offering this incredible level of support.”

Ed Roberts, a regional quantity surveyor in Hanson’s contracting division, said: “It was brilliant to be involved in a project that saw people from across our business come together to pull this off. More importantly, it is so rewarding to realise the difference this will


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