Volunteers ditch spreadsheets to help Stourbridge sight loss charity for the day

Eaton volunteers, left to right, Graham Read, Steve Allsopp, Dale Webb, Becky Noble, Mel Whitbread, Jo Kelly, Angela Hayes-Sinclair and Jeff Nelson

Eaton volunteers, left to right, Graham Read, Steve Allsopp, Dale Webb, Becky Noble, Mel Whitbread, Jo Kelly, Angela Hayes-Sinclair and Jeff Nelson

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EIGHT employees from Quarry Bank based firm Eaton Automotive swapped their spreadsheets and pens to volunteer for a day working at the Trust.

They helped tidy up five acres of grounds surrounding the Pocklington Trust building based at the Mary Stevens Centre in Stourbridge.

Dudley Council for Voluntary Services would now like to hear from charitable staff members at other companies across the borough interested in helping a suitable organisation.

Contact Eileen Fielding at DCVS on 01384 573381.

 

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