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The Green Takeover

In our bid to help green the globe, yesterday saw members of the Publicity Team swap their heels for wellies, PC's for shovels and coordinating outfits for green team Tea Tree macs!

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The team visited The Forest Centre of Marston Vale and helped green the globe by planting 250 saplings  - go team!

Creating the Forest of Marston Vale is about using trees and woodlands to repair a damaged landscape. The Forest is one of 12 Community Forests across England, designated in the 1990s to regenerate land around towns and cities, scarred by industrialisation, in this case to address the effects of the brick making industry, which had flourished for over a hundred years.

The small Forest Team lead the work on creating new woodlands, working with farmers and landowners to help improve the wider landscape, positively engaging local communities in all aspects of our work, managing the woodlands and other sites we’ve already created, and, very importantly, fundraising to help make all of this happen. We can’t wait to see the forest flourish.

Blessed with a dry day, we took to the earth with shovels and hammers to create the next generation of forest life. Take a look at the team in action...

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This is just part of our green takeover campaign. For the second year in row, Paul Mitchell’s eco-conscious brand Tea Tree is partnering with Reforest’Action, a Paris-based environmental organization that plants trees worldwide to reforest areas in need. We have a goal to reach a total number of 500,000 trees planted by the end of 2016.

Join The Green Takeover conversation online. Spread the word with the hashtag #pmtingle and don’t forget to tag @PaulMitchellUK.

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As Senior PR Executive for Paul Mitchell, Sarah is the hostess with the mostess, regularly holding events for bloggers and regional press - and is the queen of the fishtail braid.


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