NCI ST ALBANS HEAD HAS A NEW COLLECTION BOX

26th March 2021. Thanks to Cumulus Outdoors, NCI St Albans Head has a new collection box to help them with their fundraising.

 Station Manager Ann Seedall said “Our grateful thanks to the Lads from Cumulus Outdoors for making SAH another new collection box. Our thanks also to to Encombe Estate for allowing it to be placed on their land, alongside the Renscombe car park at Worth Matravers. Renscombe car park is run by the County Council with no payment meter, so we hoping the general public will look to pay us a donation instead”.

 Soon after the hole for the box was dug, it started raining heavily but the crew continued with the work until it was cemented in place. The photograph shows the team from Cumulus with the finished box in place.

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