15 years and counting as Corporate Members!

2018 marked 15 years since Huthwaite based business nmcn (formerly known as North Midland Construction) joined Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust as a business supporter, working together to protect wildlife for the future. Their support over the 15 years with the Trust has been invaluable for both organisations.

From to supporting the successful delivery of educational projects - taking children from areas of multiple depravation into the outdoors, to the work undertaken at Strawberry Hill Heath Nature Reserve to increase heathland habitat resulting in the first recorded pair of breeding nightjar on the site to attending the Trust’s Green Guardians local green business awards gala; support has been varied over the years but designed to have a positive impact on protecting wildlife for the future.

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is a brilliant example of the power of sustainability and the benefits it can yield to a shared community
Michaela Skodova
nmcn's Environmental Manager

“Our company's new "Positive Impact Plan 2025" sustainable strategy not only reinforces the existing relationship between nmcn and the Wildlife Trust but it is also a testament to our shared commitment to preservation, sustainability and the environment. Part of this initiative involves making our business less carbon-intensive, managing the impacts of our site operations, and being a positive contributor to biodiversity. We'll take active steps to meet our objectives over the next seven years by promoting and engaging the supply chain to identify and implement circular solutions, and for colleagues to put fundraising and volunteering efforts towards supporting the worthwhile causes of our charity partners.”

Holly McCain, Senior Development Officer at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust commented:

“We are very excited to have the newly rebranded ncmn continue their membership with the Trust. We are keen to work with companies that are committed to improving their environmental performance and enhancing local biodiversity and one of the benefits of the partnership is that we can share news and information about the positive impact ncmn is having locally with our 40,000 social media followers and 10,000 members. By highlighting their commitment, we can hopefully encourage other companies to follow suit.”

For more information about Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s Corporate Supporter scheme click here,  or ask for Holly McCain on 0115 958 8242.

nmcn corporate supporters 2019

Holly McCain of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust presenting the certificate to Jane Cooper, Quality Manager and keen Wildlife Trust volunteer, and Heather Parkes, Environmental Advisor.