Thames Valley Park is proud to have supported a tree planting initiative led by 21 volunteers from Oracle. This project aimed to make a positive impact on the local nature reserve and promote sustainability in the community.

With the help of I-Dig Trees, a voluntary group that provides trees free of charge, the team was able to source 100 UK native trees to plant in a suitable location within the nature reserve. This project was made possible with the support of Scofell Landscaping, who donated 100 mulch mats and pegs to help support the trees and ensure their growth.

The tree planting initiative was led by an Oracle employee who is passionate about addressing global warming and promoting eco-friendly initiatives. The volunteers worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the project and make a tangible difference in the community.

This initiative is just one of many ways that Thames Valley Park is working towards a greener future and making a positive impact in the community. The business park is dedicated to promoting sustainability and encouraging environmentally conscious initiatives in the workplace and beyond.

The team at Thames Valley Park is excited to see the results of this project and to continue working towards a greener future for all.