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21 February 17
Surrey Wildlife Trust currently manages 82 sites within Surrey, taking care of woodland, wetlands and heathland. Since last year, both Affinity Water and Surrey Wildlife Trust have been working together in the local community, with a strong focus to protect the local environment and habitats through catchment management partnerships and river restoration projects.
Tania Ord-Smith, Corporate Development Officer for Surrey Wildlife Trust said:
“Corporate partnership’s play a vital role in supporting our work. Supporting us demonstrates Affinity Water’s commitment to protecting the natural environment, for the benefit of local people and wildlife.”
Anna Jarmolinska- Nowak, Corporate Responsibility Manager at Affinity Water said: “We share many common objectives with Surrey Wildlife Trust to protect the local environment and habitats. We already co-operate together through catchment management partnerships and river monitoring projects’ and look forward to working together in the future.”
To find out more about Surrey Wildlife Trust or other Trusts Affinity Water supports please go to www.surreywildlifetrust.org.uk.
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