3rd October 2016
South Hook LNG provides hands-on help for the Community
Several community projects have received hands-on help from South Hook LNG Terminal, thanks to the Company’s annual Community Day.
Laying paving at Stackpole Walled Gardens, clearing vegetation for the Bridge Meadow Trust and oiling tack at Pembrokeshire Riding for the Disabled, were just a few of the jobs completed by teams of staff volunteers.
The Community Day has become an annual event for South Hook LNG, allowing teams from across the business to work alongside those in the voluntary sector, learning more about the projects themselves, whilst offering assistance for specific tasks.
“We are proud to be supporting community projects across Pembrokeshire – not only with opportunities for financial assistance through our partnership with PAVS, but through the hands-on help of our staff” commented South Hook LNG’s PR Manager, Mariam Dalziel.
“Helping community projects with tasks that may require a few extra pairs of hands, also benefits our staff in finding out more about the valuable community work that is happening on our doorstep”.
Photo caption: Staff volunteers of South Hook LNG join the team at Stackpole Walled Gardens to take on a few maintenance jobs during the Company’s Community Day.