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A little help can go a long way

A little help can go a long way

Sound Marketing like to help where they can and great change starts in your very own local community. That’s why we’ve supported 4Youth (previously known as Young Melksham,) a local youth centre by assisting in the refurbishment of the cinema room. And more recently; Sound Marketing has assisted the working parties at a nature reserve that sits very close by.

Conigre Mead was previously a field of unkempt, rough grass until bought by local people who set about digging ponds, clearing scrub, planting trees and wildflowers. It was given to the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust as a nature reserve in 1989. Since then, Conigre Mead has remained a tranquil piece of land tucked away in the heart of Melksham, that's easily accessible with good, level paths. You can walk around the meadow, and sit overlooking the Bristol Avon. Volunteers regularly come to clear scrub and maintain ponds for wildlife.

It is because of the good work that takes place at Congire Mead, that Sound Marketing has recently donated high visibility jackets to ensure the working parties and volunteers who maintain the land, are able to do so safely. If you’d like to learn more about Conigre Mead or 4Youth, you can visit the below:

4Youth -
Young Melksham is a community youth organisation serving young people of all backgrounds right across the Melksham Community Area.

Their vision is that all young people grow up healthy, able to navigate a fulfilling career and make a positive contribution in their communities.

4Youth support young people to develop the confidence, resilience and relationship skills they need to do this, delivering at our dedicated facilities at The Canberra Centre and through outreach work in the community. They work with all young people but place a particular emphasis on those who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the kind of opportunities we offer.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust –
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust was founded in 1962, driven by a concern to protect local wildlife and natural habitats. 

Today, they manage over 40 nature reserves across the county, including wetland, woodland, meadow and chalk downland habitats.

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