Foot Anstey lends a helping-hand to Tyntesfield House

Members of Foot Anstey LLP's Commercial team has used the firm's CSR hour initiative to volunteer at the National Trust's Tyntesfield House, located just outside of Bristol in Somerset.

Tyntesfield is an extremely popular Victorian Gothic Revival house with extensive gardens and parkland.

The Foot Anstey team dug holes, cleared drains, de-mossed paths as well as tidied the stable yard. They also assisted the National Trust staff with environmentally friendly waste disposal.

By volunteering their time, the team helped the National Trust to improve their site facilities for the enjoyment of their visitors and revived an area that hadn't been thoroughly cleared in over 50 years.

As a reward for their hard work the National Trust staff gave the team a private tour of Tyntesfield House.

Alexandra Hammond, Partner at Foot Anstey, said: "Volunteering at Tyntesfield was a great way to bring the team together and use our CSR Days to support our local community and environment. It was one of the first opportunities we've all had to get together since the pandemic.

"The day allowed us to work together on something completely different, enjoy conversations outside of an office environment. We thoroughly enjoyed lending a helping hand to Tyntesfield."

Employees form Foot Anstey included: Alexandra Hammond, Ashley Avery, Martin Cuell, Hannah Batten, Annalisa Checchi, Cat Owlett, Lucie Wickens, Lisa Kelly, Alice Gillie, Ben Smith, Bethany Davis, Rhianna Carter and Connor Iontton (who is soon to join the firm).

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