John O'Conner supports community planting day

John O’Conner Grounds Maintenance supported a Community Planting Day on 22 April in partnership with its client Midland Heart Housing Association.

John O’Conner staff Steven Earp and Simon Haines provided their horticultural expertise to resident volunteers.

The aim of the project was to encourage neighbours to work together to improve their local environment by creating flower baskets and general gardening improvements.

Midland Heart customer involvement officer Martin Hall said: "May I thank everyone involved from John O’Conner, for their commitment and continued support for our customer events. You all go the extra mile to make our customers feel valued, this is a true quality that your company keeps on delivering in abundance."

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