Envirocare raises £1500 for Children In Need

November 13, 2015

Press Release
November 2015

KIND-HEARTED staff from one of the UK’s fastest growing grounds maintenance businesses raised £1500 for Children In Need – thanks to a helping hand from Britain’s Got Talent stars Stavros Flatley.

Envirocare, which is based in Leyland, Lancashire, staged a raffle in aid of the BBC charity as part of the company’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

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David Yates and his daughter Jaimee with Stavros Flatley

Egged on by special guests Stavros Flatley, who provided the entertainment at the firm’s annual awards evening, staff and guests further boosted the coffers with charitable donations.

Dave Yates, one of Envirocare’s founding direc tors, said: “We wanted to mark our 10th anniversary celebrations by supporting a charity and Children In Need seemed the obvious choice. It’s a ca
use everyone can relate to and we are proud to play our part.”

Envirocare was established in Lancashire in 2005 and has since become a market-leading, commercial gardening brand serving clients across the UK.

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David Yates with Jeff Carr who won our Franchisee ‘Method Champion’ award

The firm’s 10th anniversary celebrations also featured an awards ceremony for Envirocare’s franchisees, with categories including Brand Builder of the Year, Quality Champion of the Year, Method Champion and Franchisee of the Year.

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