Tommy-Lee Baker, a repair and maintenance operative at Severn Trent Services who lives in Doncaster, calls himself a Grinch. But his significant charitable actions say otherwise, as does his 2024 commitment to Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
The Severn Trent Searches team, which provides searches and reports for conveyancing, has been busy collecting Christmas presents for children who have fled their homes due to domestic abuse.
The Severn Trent Searches head office in Nottingham has been a Giving Tree Collection Point for the KidsOut charity. This means that employees, as well as local businesses, have been able to leave a Christmas present for children seeking safety in a refuge. The presents are stored securely in the office before being distributed to the children during the holiday season.Continue reading “Severn Trent Searches hosts the Giving Tree for Christmas”
How many of you climbed a mountain last weekend?
Darren Prior, water treatment technician at Aqualytix, did. He and his brother Anthony climbed England’s tallest mountain, Scafell Pike.Continue reading “Darren from Aqualytix reaches the peak”
Severn Trent Services’ Amanda Bagri recently had an unforgettable trip of a lifetime, doing charity work in Sri Lanka.
It was something of a change of scenery for Coventry-based Amanda, who works as a Continuous Improvement Analyst on the Water Contracts Team. She took two weeks out of her busy schedule to visit the South Asian country, taking part in several charity projects.Continue reading “Amanda’s Sri Lankan adventure”
Last weekend one of Severn Trent Services’ employees, Elizabeth Parker took part in a 26-mile walk around Stonehenge to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society, alongside her friend Jen. The charity – which is close to both their hearts – set them a target goal of raising £300. The two didn’t just hit the target but smashed it, raising a fantastic £1,200 between them.
We managed to ask Elizabeth a few questions about the walk;Continue reading “Elizabeth’s walk for Alzheimer’s”