Simon helps with the fundraising landscape

Simon helps with the fundraising landscape

Jun 19, 2015

Simons Landscaping Ltd have signed up to the nook business network and have pledged to raise £25,000 over the term of the appeal. The firm is a perfect fit for EACH as it was established over 30 years ago and provides its landscaping services in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge; the same areas that EACH covers.

As well as raising significant funds for the charity, the company will also look to promote the appeal to its suppliers, customers and clients encouraging them to offer their support to this appeal.

Simon Cruickshank, Director, Simons Landscaping Ltd, said: “We’re a family run business who are the leading landscape gardeners in Norwich, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire and we’re pleased to support the nook appeal. 

As parents ourselves, we can imagine how other families must feel when they need to rely on hospice care for their childrenIn going through such heart-breaking situations, EACH gives families the best in worst possible situations, and we hope our support goes some way to helping those families.”

Gary Cook, the nook appeal corporate fundraiser, said: “It’s fantastic the team at Simons Landscaping want to help us achieve our financial target to enable us to make our vision of a new hospice for local life-threatened children and their families a reality.

“Simons Landscaping work is very much in the same community that EACH serves and it’s this community whether it is individuals, schools, community groups or in this case the business sector that will, by working together, help provide the funds for this much needed hospice.”

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The Treehouse

St. Augustine’s Gardens,
Ipswich, IP3 8NS


Church Lane, Milton,
Cambridge, CB24 6AB

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Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl
Norfolk, NR14 7PX