Lawyers show their green thumbs

GREEN LAWYERS: Gisborne law firm Woodward Chrisp’s Belinda Andrew, Adam Simperingham, Bryony Shackell and Manaaki Terekia put down their case files to lend some helping hands to the restoration of Titirangi on Friday. Picture by Liam Clayton

THE staff at Gisborne law firm Woodward Chrisp took part in a weeding and maintenance session on an area of native plantings managed by the Women’s Native Tree Project Trust.

Associate Ms Shackell organised the volunteer session.

“It's good to give back to the community. The trust is doing great things and it is nice to be able to support them.”

She recommended other Gisborne businesses to follow suit.

“It's also nice to get away from the desk and do a bit of team-building out in the fresh air.”

THE staff at Gisborne law firm Woodward Chrisp took part in a weeding and maintenance session on an area of native plantings managed by the Women’s Native Tree Project Trust.

Associate Ms Shackell organised the volunteer session.

“It's good to give back to the community. The trust is doing great things and it is nice to be able to support them.”

She recommended other Gisborne businesses to follow suit.

“It's also nice to get away from the desk and do a bit of team-building out in the fresh air.”

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