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Basingstoke business ready to volunteer at local community groups

PUBLISHED: 10:01 04 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:00 25 March 2015

The Community Projects team, from LtoR - Mat Read, Greg Sinclair, James Gatt, Lee Tomlinson, Jack Bishop, Adam Scott, Greg Matusiak, Matt Schofield, David Brind

The Community Projects team, from LtoR - Mat Read, Greg Sinclair, James Gatt, Lee Tomlinson, Jack Bishop, Adam Scott, Greg Matusiak, Matt Schofield, David Brind

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Absolutely Leisure is calling out to Basingstoke groups to come forward and let them know of any jobs that staff members can help them with.

As part of the company’s charitable objectives, the Absolutely Leisure Community Projects team is looking to volunteer at local organisations and could help with gardening at a care home, do some painting for a charity or clean windows at a local school. Whatever the project, the team is asking schools, community groups and charities to get in contact.

Greg Sinclair, Managing Director at Absolutely Leisure, commented:

“We are great supporters of the areas where our venues are and this is our way of giving something back to the local community. There are some great charities, schools and groups in the Basingstoke area and our Community Projects team is ready and willing to get stuck in and give them some help.

“As a not for profit organisation, all revenue made by Absolutely Leisure is reinvested back into the community, as well as ensuring that the facilities at our venues are of the highest of standards for our customers.”

Absolutely Leisure has eight leisure venues across the region, including Absolutely Karting in Basingstoke.

If a group would like the Absolutely Leisure Community Projects team to help them with a job, please contact Will Cheeld by emailing details to will.cheeld@absolutely-group.co.uk.

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