05:02PM, Wednesday 27 April 2016
Workers switched suits for gardening gloves to give a charity’s new home a makeover.
Employees from software provider IRIS, based in Riding Court Road, Datchet, donned their wellies to clear a 19 acre field.
They spent two days clearing nettles and brambles in Leatherhead, Surrey, for The Wildlife Aid Foundation.
The charity is dedicated to the rescue and care of sick and injured animals and the new headquarters will include a new eco-friendly complex to house its educational programmes.
Jenny Strudwick, project manager at IRIS, said: “It was a pleasure and a privilege to play a part in the preparations for Wildlife Aid’s big move.”
IRIS volunteered their time for two days from Thursday, April 13.
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