Moy Park has been supporting biodiversity in Grantham through a hedge planting project with South Kesteven District Council. With the help of volunteers from the Council, the team from Moy Park planted a hedgerow of 66 hawthorns hedges at Dysart Park, just a short distance from Moy Parks factory in Grantham.
Zane Wojtowicz Health, Safety and Environment Apprentice at Moy Park Grantham:
“We’re committed to encouraging biodiversity in our local area, and we are delighted to partner with the South Kesteven District Council to support our local communities. With our aim to reach net zero by at least 2040, projects like this continue to help us contribute to achieving this goal.”
Sharon Haythorn, Senior Parks Officer at South Kesteven District Council, continued: "We are delighted to be able to work in partnership with Moy Park to transform and improve an area of Dysart Park close to their premises in Grantham.
"Work like this helps meet the Council's ambitions regarding conservation and climate change - and we know that flourishing open space and parkland like this is essential to support wellbeing and quality of life for residents and visitors alike."
Moy Park employees Zane Wojtowicz, Anna Ganiford, Euan Bagshaw and Colin Grant are pictured taking part in the recent biodiversity activity at Dysart Park, Grantham.