Wanstor donate fifty trees to Royal Russell School

Saplings lined up on a grass field ready for planting

Wanstor have donated fifty trees to a Croydon School as part of their corporate social responsibility programme.

The trees will be planted within the grounds of Royal Russell to create a peaceful area for reflection for the community.

Neil Cufley, Director of Operations and Finance at Royal Russell School said "we are very grateful to Wanstor for thinking of us with this incredibly generous gift. The trees will be an enduring legacy here at the School and we know they will be enjoyed by generations of children on their educational journey".

Peter Lukes, Managing Director of Wanstor said "our business is passionate about sustainability and want to be involved in projects that help to drive this.

We started donating and planting trees three years ago to help climate change, and this year we’re thrilled to donate 50 trees to Royal Russell School".

"It’s great to be able to work together on this initiative together and we hope it contributes to a tranquil environment for the students and staff alike.