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Support Continues for Essex Wildlife Trust for another year

Ruggles & Jeffery Ltd continue to be proud supporters of the Essex Wildlife Trust, contributing in many ways to the fantastic work the Trust completes across the Region.

Difficult times can lead to difficult decisions needing to be made and it was without hesitation that we decided to renew our support for Essex Wildlife Trust and the fantastic work they complete across the region.

When we first launched our support for the Trust, Grant Maton, Corporate Communications Officer at EWT arranged for four presentations to be made at Hanningfield to all the staff in the Ruggles & Jeffery team, explaining all the work that the Trust and the team of volunteers complete across the Region and how we can help.

As well as contributing to volunteering activities, we, along with the generous help of or preferred Electrical Sub-contractor – Hopkins Young Ltd have recently completed the refurbishment of the Training Venue at Hanningfield. Manager Justin Collins and the volunteer team were delighted with the outcome of our efforts.

We shall shortly be volunteering our services again to complete repairs and renovations to Hides situated across the site at Hanningfield Reservoir.

Photographs above include some of the Ruggles & Jeffery team members along with Grant Maton presenting Joint Managing Director Ian Jeffery with our Investors in Wildlife certificate.

Ian Jeffery went on to say:

“As a group and as individuals, we remain passionate about the environment and sustainability – it is at the heart of our Mission Statement. Essex is where we live and work so becoming an Investor in Wildlife organisation felt like a natural step. As a local business we are proud to contribute and support the invaluable conservation work that Essex Wildlife Trust completes across the Region. They are helping to preserve our beautiful countryside and the indigenous species for future generations and we are proud to be associated with, and play our part in such activities.”


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