A cool but sunny Wednesday in November 2015 saw a team of volunteers from Xiros heading to Hetchell Wood Nature Reserve for a day of woodland management with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. The day was arranged as part of a scheme where employees can volunteer with local charities during work time. Five members of staff from a wide variety of specialist areas including Quality Assurance, Manufacturing and Product Development took part in what proved to be a fulfilling – if exhausting – venture. The main objective was to clear and widen a track which hadn’t been used for a number of years and had fallen into disrepair. It was hard work and by the end of the day the team were tired and aching, but it was a job well done. The picturesque woodland track has never looked better and is now fully accessible for everyone wishing to embark on brisk winter walks in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.
The Xiros brand of innovative sterile medical devices
for the sports medicine and orthopaedic markets.
For more information, please visit the Neoligaments website.