Colleagues from Standard Bank Jersey are this week swapping their suits for wellies to help rehabilitate the local Durrell Wildlife Park.
Organised as their tribute to Standard Bank Group’s 150th anniversary, the four day project involves 80 staff who have taken time out from their work week to do this community service.
They are cutting back overgrown trees and shrubs to ensure the area is clear, ready for the new plants and structures. The area will provide new environment for critically endangered indigenous animals.
Durrell Wildlife Park is at the heart of the Jersey community. As such, it took no convincing to get colleagues involved.
Standard Bank Group has had a presence in Jersey for 20 years. The island of Jersey is situated in the English Channel.