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Cemex aggregates team lends a hand

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The Cemex Aggregates team from the East Area carried out a Lend-A-Hand day at a primary school next to Norton Subcourse Quarry.

The school was grateful for the improvements made to the children’s play area at the school.

The Cemex team created a sensory garden, using a variety of different products including cobbles, 40 mm, 20 mm and 10 mm, and natural stone, a composting bin constructed from pallets, a mud kitchen, sand pit area as well as sprucing the school shed up with a coat of paint. Along with a few trees and shrubs that needed to be removed and some hedge cutting, the play area was a much better place for the children to play.

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