Ground Control support customer on 2nd phase of Woodland Walk Project
Twice a year, Ground Control’s valued customer, Interserve runs a GADOYT (give a day of your time) project, inviting staff companywide to spend a day working together with colleagues to improve the local community.
Earlier this month, Ground Control returned once again to support Interserve and Sandwell Schools to complete the 2nd stage of the ‘Gruffalo Woodland Walk’ project at The Westminster School. Works on the project began last year, aiming to improve external educational facilities for children with special needs and learning disabilities, creating a great place to learn and develop outside of the classroom.
The day was run by Interserve’s Ian Bridgen and Ground Control Site Supervisor Roy Candlin, and was a great success achieved with the help of Deputy Head Teacher, Oliver Flowers and other representatives from Interserve.
National Director of Communities and Education at Interserve, Chris Morbin, commented; “Congratulations to all, very worth all the hard work!!”
Site Supervisor, Roy Candlin commented; “It was great to continue with this project, which has already proved to add value to the children’s learning experiences. We continued work by installing more steps through the woodland, adding yet more scope to the area. Great team work. Well done and thanks to all involved.”