Staff at Warwick photo business volunteer on the Clent Hills - The Leamington Observer

Staff at Warwick photo business volunteer on the Clent Hills

Leamington Editorial 23rd Apr, 2024   0

GENEROUS staff at a Warwick photo business snapped up the chance to volunteer for the day.

Photo printing organisation CEWE has recently partnered up with the National Trust to help preserve and share its extensive photography collections.

And to mark the start of this partnership, 15 members of staff took part in a volunteering day in the Clent Hills, helping to clear and restore trails and pathways.

CEWE has also sponsored the site’s reforestation project and will donate five per cent of its UK sales of recycled paper products to the National Trust.

CEWE spokesperson Petra Felgen said: “At CEWE, we share the National Trust’s passion for sustainability and preserving memories, so we were delighted to get a hands-on insight into the hard work that goes into preserving important heritage sites, including the Clent Hills, for future generations.

“The volunteering day was truly insightful for our team and we are excited to continue to support the Trust’s work, and celebrate the power of storytelling through photography, through our official partnership.”

National Trust spokesperson George Kirkham added: “‘We had a great time with the team from CEWE. Their hard work helped us maintain a valuable access point for our visitors.

“Thanks to them, people will be able to enjoy the magnificent views and woodland that we have here at Clent. We hope they can return soon.”


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