Workers get into the Christmas spirit

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Employees at leading environmental and green energy specialist, Leo Group Ltd, donned their festive attire to support Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.

Leo Group, which operates sites across the UK, raised over £320 through its festive fundraiser. Employees got into the festive spirit by wearing their Christmas jumpers and making a donation of £2 each.

A competition for the best jumper ensured some friendly rivalry with employees pulling out all the stops to compete for the top prize. The winner, as voted for by the team, was an impressive Christmas tree jumper, complete with flashing fairy lights.

In addition, rather than sending Christmas cards this year, the company made a further contribution to its fundraising efforts for Save the Children.

The Group employs more than 420 people across its ten operational sites in the UK and is at the forefront of the recycling and green energy sectors.

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