Les Amis and their friends at BCR Law planted 35 trees in an orchard at Hamptonne, Jersey Heritage’s Country Life Museum to give something back not only to the community but as one of their 2019 eco-initiatives. The trees were supplied by Jersey Trees for Life.
Jason Loveless, Head of Support Services at Les Amis said: “We were delighted to have been asked by BCR Law to be involved with this meaningful project. Not only do our residents love taking part in community projects such as this, but we have a strong environmental ethos here at Les Amis and are always eager to help improve and maintain the landscape of our beautiful Island. We strongly believe that being outside and working with nature is hugely therapeutic and our residents are very much looking forward to getting their hands dirty!”
Commenting on the event, Head of Litigation at BCR Law, Jeremy Heywood said: “We feel privileged to support the essential work of Jersey Trees for Life via our tree planting event and by extension helping to give back to the environment. Companies can play a significant role in affecting the environment. We hope that through events like these we can help decrease our carbon footprint and continue to support worthwhile organisations like Jersey Trees for Life, Les Amis and Jersey Heritage."
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