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Chris Wootton's M80 Scheme

As part of Holcim celebrating their 100 years in operation, we have been given the opportunity to have a day away from the business to offer some volunteer work into the community, whether that be working on a local project or helping a local charity.

I took this opportunity to offer my services to our local church, St Peters in Bardon. My family spend time at the church and there are always different projects that need to be worked on to help maintain/improve the church. St Peter’s has a perimeter wall that has been there since the church was built over 100 years ago and is made up of granite walling stone.

 

The wall has become very weak and has started to fall down, mainly due to the large tree roots disturbing it. For health and safety reasons it was important that the wall was knocked down soon and that's where I came in. However, it wasn’t a case of just knocking the wall down, the church wanted to try to resell the stone to raise some money that can be spent on the upkeep of the church. I spent the day taking the wall down and stacking the generously sized stones on pallets, which may I add needed to be stacked 186 steps away from the wall!!

Needless to say a very good job done that the people of the Church are truly thankful for.   Chris Wootton, Area Business Manager, Witherley Services, Mansfield

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