Fusion, via its subcontractors, is generating support for the local communities where works are taking place.
One of the latest examples of this is another act of kindness towards the people of Chipping Warden – a donation of gravel to a local school by Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd (BGCL).
BGCL delivered several large bags of gravel to Chipping Warden School for it to use on an area Fusion colleagues had cleared for them.
Carley Richards and Nicky Haigh from Fusion’s Community Engagement Team were involved in making this happen.
Carley said: “It was great to do this, helping the community, which we always seek to do by making a positive contribution to this school, which has shown great appreciation to Fusion and our work. We will endeavour to go back to school in the springtime to assist with further outdoor activities.”
Fusion is building up an admirable list of actions taken to support the local community: on two occasions last year, we re-opened the nearby Welsh Road West in Chipping Warden which meant several thousand people were spared the frustration of moving horseboxes and trailers through narrow local roads to reach The Aston Le Walls Equestrian Centre to take part in popular tournaments.
More recently, Nicky was among a quintet of Fusion colleagues that took part in a volunteer day at the School. The tasks carried out included pressure washing the front of the building and painting its external skirting, clearing the staff car park of moss, seeding an allotment area and painting flower beds, the hall toilet and entrance hall – all while observing COVID-19 restrictions.