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Webhelp UK helps give Warrington Primary School a Green Makeover

Green-fingered volunteers from Webhelp UK in Warrington have helped transform and create a childrenÂ’s garden at Chapelford Village Primary School in Great Sankey.

Mark Stringfellow and Jeff Strange, who are both based at Webhelp UK on Dalton Avenue in the town gave up their afternoon to spruce up the schoolÂ’s garden and install new flower beds. Mark has worked for Webhelp UK in Warrington for over four and half years and Jeff has been with the company for three years.

The school garden day was organised by Webhelp UK Ambassadors, who are the voice of the team across the Warrington site.  They support their colleagues by managing working relationships and take a creative approach to work and problem solving on keys issues to help make the site a better place to work.

Local charity fundraising is part of the role that Webhelp UK Ambassadors take on at each of the companyÂ’s sites around the UK.

Webhelp UK was created following the acquisition of Webhelp UK by Webhelp Group in February 2013, which formed one of EuropeÂ’s leading independently-owned customer experience companies.

Hannah Espley, lead Ambassador for Webhelp UKÂ’s Warrington site, said: “WeÂ’re so proud of Mark and Jeff for representing Webhelp UK in such a positive way.  They worked extremely hard and achieved fantastic results by transforming the schoolÂ’s garden.

“WebhelpÂ’s support of the Chapelford Village Primary School garden project really demonstrates our continued commitment to supporting the local community.  The school are already enjoying their new garden and have thanked us for our help.”


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