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Thrive Trafford ‘Week of Action’ – Are You Up For The Challenge?

On the week commencing the 6th October Thrive Trafford are leading a week long campaign of community improvement projects to demonstrate the fantastic impact local businesses can make to an area. We are inviting local business volunteers to leave the office for a day and get stuck into projects to transform local communities.

We have lined up some great community improvement projects for local businesses to take part in. We are hosting a different project each day - ranging from painting to gardening. Over the week we are looking for 100 volunteers from the business community to get their hands dirty on a conservation project - come along and learn new skills, meet new people and make a difference!

What’s in it for you?

It’s a win win situation, the experience builds skills and motivates employees.
Volunteers can come along for the whole day or half a day. All Health and Safety/ Risk Assessment is included.

You can sign up to a project by registering on our eventbrite page click here.
For more information contact the Thrive team on 0300 777 0145 or email businessengagement@thrivetrafford.org.uk

Here's an insight to some of the activities taking place during the week, come on get involved!

Tuesday 7th October, 10am-4pm
Gardening with G-Force
We are a small charity that works on Broomwood Estate where we support individual and families in need. The project is based around the environment and may include any of the jobs below:- planting daffodil bulbs and wild flowers, laying wood chip paths in the Broomwood woods, cutting down small sapling trees in the woods, cleaning and tidying areas of Broomwood.

Wednesday 8th October
Project Ginnel
Help a local community to clear out the alleyways which run through their homes. Up for a challenge? This project is for you- turn a disused, overgrown and littered space into something the communities can be proud of.

Thursday 9th October
Lyngarth Community Allotment
A group of elderly residents in Altrincham have a patch of land that they woudl like to turn into a community allotment. But they need some help to get the transformation started. Volunteers will be involved in building new planters and preparing the ground for the new allotment.

Friday 10th October
Lend a Hand at John Leigh Park
Spend your Friday afternoon helping to spruce up John Leigh Park. Try your hand at gardening; trimming back bushes & hedges and clearing borders ready for planting later in the year. The park also boasts an Aviary, which needs a helping hand to get it ready for winter.

3rd October 2014