TP IT colleagues go back to school

Members of staff from the IT team at builders merchant Travis Perkins offered to help Northampton-based St Luke’s CEVA Primary School after hearing that the school needed help to renovate their school garden and to build a new play area.

TP IT colleagues go back to school

The seven volunteers worked tirelessly to help clear and refurbish the whole area. Plus, bags of ‘play safe’ bark from Plc brand Wickes were donated and laid by the team for a new play area. This forms part of Travis Perkins plc’s commitment to support the local community surrounding its head office.

James Collison, a service desk analyst in the IT team, said: “We’re really pleased to be able to help out in the local community and with the company’s support we can make a difference to the children at St Luke’s. In IT we’re part of several teams that are doing fund raising activities for charities and provide support to local community initiatives. It’s great to be part of that.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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