Analox returned to Saltholme Nature reserve in August 2015 to help clear vegetation off an island which is home to some Common Terns.
Analox staff visited SARA (Saltburn Animal Rescue Association) in August 2015 to help out for the day. As well as helping with cleaning and tidying, they got the opportunity to walk some dogs too!
Analox staff returned for a day on the farm to help set up the CornShed festival, which took place on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June 2015. The festival, which was held on Sexhow Park Farm in Hutton Rudby, brought people together for two days of live music, and local ales and beers.
An intrepid team from Analox set out in October 2014 to remove invasive trees at Saltholme, a nature reserve on the River Tees estuary near Middlesbrough.
Five staff from across the Analox Group of companies left their desks behind in late 2014 to spend the day clearing paddocks ready for new arrivals at Autism charity Daisy Chain.
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