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Russia Dock Woodland case study

Russia Dock Woodland case study

Published on 25th August 2020 under Blog Topic - Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Volunteering Blogs,
A team of volunteers from Deutsche Bank cleared an overgrown section along one of the Russia Dock Woodland streams. The team removed small trees and invasive species, cut back and cleared vegetation and used the cleared vegetation to create dead hedges to provide a rich habitat for wildlife and help increase biodiversity. Read more here and see images […]

Sydenham Garden Team Challenge case study

Published on 25th August 2020 under Blog Topic - Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Volunteering Blogs,
The aim of the day at Sydenham Garden was to carry out improvements to the site and clear overgrown areas so that they can be brought back into productive use.   A team of volunteers from EY cleared a dead hedge in an area that will be turned into a contemplation garden. They also cleared around a […]

Southwark Day Care for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) case study

Published on 25th August 2020 under Blog Topic - Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Volunteering Blogs,
Southwark Day Care for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) wanted to improve their garden space. A team of volunteers from Circle Research created new murals for the gardens front entrance, built raised planters to increase the amount of growing space and helped with general gardening and site maintenance. The team also built large raised beds for growing tomatoes and […]

Oasis Children’s Centre case study

Published on 25th August 2020 under Blog Topic - Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Volunteering Blogs,
A team of volunteers for Swiss Re helped to improve several areas of the Oasis Children’s Centre playground. This included building new raised planters to brighten up the perimeter of the playground, improving the site for both the children and for the local residents. They also helped with general tidying and maintenance and creating planters from old […]

Lollard St. Adventure Playground’s case study

Published on 25th August 2020 under Blog Topic - Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Volunteering Blogs,
Lollard Street Adventure Playground wanted to renovate their space to create a vibrant and attractive environment for children aged 6-16 years of age to play. Volunteers for Deutsche Bank helped build a performance stage. They also helped with general tidying and maintenance. Read more here and see images from the day here.