How would your team like to help nature?
We would love to welcome you to one of our sites for a Team Conservation Day. It is a perfect away-day for a business, for team-building or for any group wanting to make a difference. We have dates available throughout the year.
During the Winter you could help us to plant trees, and from July to September you could join us for various conservation tasks, such as removal of competing vegetation around young trees (aka weeding!); cutting and placing mulch mats around young trees; hand pulling non-native plants (himalayan balsam mostly)
Bring your team for a day having fun and getting to know each other in the fresh air, while working to help the planet.
You can join us at one of our sites near Kirk Hammerton, Summerbridge, or Hawes.
“Team Full Circle really enjoyed our away day at Bank Woods. We completed some conservation tasks in the fresh air and used the beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces. It was the perfect way to spend some time together, consider important topics and help nature.” Sarah Jones, Director, Full Circle Funerals.
Included on the day:
A short guided tour, with an introduction to the location, and our conservation work.
A lesson on the task and safety briefing.
Any necessary tools (if you have your own which you prefer to use, that’s fine).
Members of our team will be on hand to help throughout the day.
As part of your away day, you are welcome to include a strategy or planning session in one of our indoor or outdoor spaces.
We can also offer the following for an additional charge
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Enrich your experience: Why not add on a talk from our Founding Director (and former Hospital Consultant) Helen about ‘How Nature helps our Health’ – this works well a few days before, as an introduction to your team building event. Read about our talks here.
You can read more about our Team Conservation Days, and book your experience here.
If you would prefer a Team Tree Planting Day, you can read more here.
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.