T-Mobile lends a hand

PUBLISHED: 13:40 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 22:15 26 October 2009

TWO teams from T-Mobile s Hatfield Business Park headquarters helped revamp the gardens of two St Albans schools – Heathlands School for Deaf Children and Camp Primary School. The first team of volunteers laid a patio at Heathlands, creating a memorial to

TWO teams from T-Mobile's Hatfield Business Park headquarters helped revamp the gardens of two St Albans schools - Heathlands School for Deaf Children and Camp Primary School.

The first team of volunteers laid a patio at Heathlands, creating a memorial to a pupil who passed away and giving the school's gardens a general facelift.

The second team laid a bark path, tidied up the beds and planted winter bulbs at Camp primary school.

The work was done in conjunction with T-Mobile's community investment programme, run in partnership with national volunteering charity TimeBank.

The second project was also run with community partner, Groundwork Hertfordshire, the county's leading environmental regeneration charity.

Jonny Auld, commercial analyst at T-Mobile, who organised the day at Heathlands, said: "We really feel a connection with the school now, and we'd like to continue giving our time to help.


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