With the help of the Sherwood Forest Trust, the UK’s leading varicose vein and thread vein specialists, Veincentre has funded and planted more than 300 trees and shrubs, as part of the national Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
Dr Patrick Candler CEO of The Sherwood Forest Trust said: “Trees are the best way to sequestrate carbon from the atmosphere. They’re a means of flood prevention, improve biodiversity, and also help people’s wellbeing. As a Trust we rely heavily on the help of local businesses to help us achieve our goal, which is to plant 10,000 new trees in Nottinghamshire. I’d like to thank Veincentre for their support.”
Mike Casewell, Marketing Director at Veincentre – who also took part in the planting – said: “We’re delighted to support this fantastic initiative and it was a great opportunity for us all to get out into the field and do something practical for our environment. Our aim is to try to become a part of our clinic’s community, and what better way than helping to provide a cleaner, greener Nottinghamshire. We all thoroughly enjoyed it and it was great to know that we’ve also had a role in the expansion of Sherwood Forest.”
Veincentre in Nottingham has relocated to 40 The Ropewalk, and is double the size of their previous home which will enable them to offer even more appointments, helping more people from Nottingham and the surrounding areas take their first steps to healthy veins and happy legs.
Veincentre is a specialist medical centre for the treatment of varicose veins using Gold Standard minimally invasive techniques. Their vision is to provide the most effective, proven treatment and the highest quality of care that is accessible to everyone. For more information and case studies from Veincentre please visit: www.veincentre.com or call 01782 753 960 to book an appointment.
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