Mercer & Hole volunteer at Highfield Park
Eight volunteers from Mercer & Hole helped out with gardening at Highfield Park today in the glorious June sunshine.
The team was led by the firm’s Director of Trusts, Daniel Bisby, who himself weeded the maze. He was joined by staff from Restructuring & Insolvency, HR, accounts, marketing and secretarial functions at Mercer & Hole who between them tended to the park’s Mediterranean Garden and maze.
The Mercer & Hole volunteers immersed themselves in weeding and pruning, each donating 110 minutes of their usual working day in recognition of the firm’s 110th year of business.
Daniel Bisby said “Highfield Park is a great resource for the local community and we are proud to have played a part in its upkeep.”
Highfield Park is managed by Highfield Parks Trust, which operates as a charity, and relies on volunteers to help keep the 82-acre park looking its best for the local community to enjoy.
Richard Bull, Park Manager and Company Secretary of Highfield Park Trust said “We would like to thank Mercer & Hole once again for volunteering at Highfield Park, sterling work was carried out in both the Maze and Mediterranean Garden, which are now much tidier for all our visitors to enjoy.”
Mercer & Hole will continue to celebrate their long association with St Albans throughout the year as they mark their 110th year milestone.
Date: 26th June, 2015
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