Perennial’s services, supporting those in the horticultural industry experiencing difficulties, have never been so important and ICL is pleased to be continuing to lend its full support as a Corporate Partner in 2021.
““I am delighted ICL is continuing its support as a Diamond Partner,” says Perennial Corporate Partnership Manger, Phil Swainston. “We are looking forward to once again working with the ICL team to find new and innovative ways to help spread the message that Perennial is here for all those working in horticulture that need our help. With the likely return of some normality in coming months, we hope to be in a position to resume face to face meetings soon.
“As well as being a Diamond Partner in 2020, ICL generously donated two pallets of its Humax growing media to Perennial’s Fullers Mill and new Laskett Garden. Fullers Mill Head Gardener, Annie Dellbridge, and her team of gardeners and volunteers were delighted to receive this donation which is helping maintain the 7-acre Suffolk garden for the enjoyment of visitors from April to October.”
“Last year we supported Perennial’s ‘You’re Not Alone’ initiative – providing access to free mental health support,” says Adam Ferjani, ICL’s Marketing Communications Manager. “It proved an extremely challenging year for many in the industry and ICL is pleased to be able to continue its support of the charity to help those facing financial hardship and other difficulties.”
In direct response to the challenges brought about by the pandemic, Perennial is still supplying valuable assistance and information via its Coronavirus Support line – 0800 0938543. As well as the latest Government Advice for individuals and businesses, regular emails provide useful information on managing your money, debt advice, back to school campaigns.
Picture caption: Annie Dellbridge with the Humax growing media donated last year to Perennial’s Fullers Mill Gardens – near Bury St Edmunds.