TRAC team dig in to support charity

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Members of TRAC Services, a pharmaceutical regulations firm based at the Pool Innovation Centre, and their respective families spent an evening at the Kehelland Horticulture Trust weeding and clearing apple tree beds.

The evening was organised by TRAC’s Healthy Workplace Team and Environmental and Social Contribution Team (EAST).

L-R: Louise Pett (TRAC Services), Anthea Hedge (Kehelland Trust), Jonathan Trethowan (TRAC Services), Sarah Trethowan (TRAC Services) and Phil Slack (Kehelland Trust)
L-R: Louise Pett (TRAC Services), Anthea Hedge (Kehelland Trust), Jonathan Trethowan (TRAC Services), Sarah Trethowan (TRAC Services) and Phil Slack (Kehelland Trust)

Louise Pett, part of TRAC’s Healthy Workplace Team, said: “We were so glad we could come and help out at Kehelland.

“We are always looking for opportunities to get involved in the local community and the evening at Kehelland was great fun for everyone.”

Claire Pomeroy (TRAC Services) and Tim Kneebone
Claire Pomeroy (TRAC Services) and Tim Kneebone

Kehelland Trust, which runs the site, aims to support adults with learning and/ or physical difficulties to learn social and life skills and participate in all activities associated with running a horticultural business.

Anthea Hedge, centre manager for the Kehelland Trust, said: “We are grateful for the work and contribution that TRAC have made to the site this evening.

“Our apple beds are now looking very neat and tidy and I’m thankful for the effort by everyone.”

The TRAC team also presented a £200 cheque to the Kehelland Trust.

David Callaghan (TRAC Services) proudly brandishing a spade
David Callaghan (TRAC Services) proudly brandishing a spade