Aspire Training Team titled ‘Plastic Free Champions’

Aspire Training Team, Hadland Care Group and Tops Day Nurseries are absolutely delighted to be named as plastic free champions by Surfers Against Sewage, and the Sobowastebusters.

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Founder and MD, Cheryl Hadland commented “We are passionate about reducing our environmental impact in order to protect our future. This means taking every opportunity to avoid buying any one use plastic, to work with suppliers and colleagues to reduce the need for it by finding alternatives or just stopping. We are also actively communicating with politicians, manufacturers, retailers and waste handling organisations to make our concerns heard, on behalf of the children.  Time is of the essence, we need to stop polluting our water, our air and our land now, not wait for 2030 or 2050 as that will be too late”

Cheryl Hadland, is also founder of registered charity GECCO, established to promote and advocate environmental sustainability in business practice and education. Sustainable growth is a huge part of success, and with GECCO, Cheryl and her team aim to share the knowledge, experience, and lessons learned, whether this be through the implementation of the GECCO Real Nappy Campaign or Glitter Ban that hit headlines in 2017 – To name a few!

This award makes it clear that we are acting already, in the hope that many more will join us.  We need to reduce our impact on the environment, now.  Please join us! Check out our YouTube Video here

The sustainable efforts listed are just some of Hadland Care Group’s efforts and mark the beginning of journey that will see many more changes to come. To find out more about what we are doing to become more sustainable please see below.

Delivering quality Apprenticeships and Training across Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire, Devon and Hampshire, in Childcare, Business Administration, Leadership and Management, and more. With offices in Salisbury, Taunton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Plymouth.

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