We are delighted to once again supporting the Wildlife Trust’s national 30 Days Wild Campaign during June.
We will be going wild at work with a volunteering day to help a local nature reserve, whilst also undertaking several activities to explore the great outdoors with Random Acts of Wildness!
At Far’n’Beyond we take our commitment to the environment seriously. We only print on FSC approved paper, make sure to use the appropriate production method for each project to reduce waste and recycle whenever possible.
However, there is always more that we can do and getting involved with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust #30DaysWild was the perfect way to reinvigorate the team’s passion for nature and the environment.
Working in our temperature controlled, air-conditioned studio, it is often easy to neglect the great outdoors. Despite aiming for the perfect work-life balance, the demands of life sometimes mean that we miss out and take our fabulous local surroundings for granted.
Each day in June we aimed to do something wild, taking a lunch break outside, walking to work and scheduling some meetings outside, utilising the beautiful local spaces around our office. We also tried to engage with nature outside of work by simply being more aware of the environment and wildlife around us.
As proud supporters of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, the team at Far’n’Beyond enjoy #30DaysWild. Taking a walk to the shops instead of the car or stretching our legs around the pond for a quick break is rewarding in so many ways.
Senior Account Manager, Gavin Ellis
The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is a fabulous organisation that we have been proud to be involved for a number of years, particularly on our highly enjoyable corporate team building activity days.
We found some great ideas to inspire us here: https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild
At Far’n’Beyond and Really Good Branding we have also recently launched 100% Recycled Selfie Frames and Biodegradable Promotional Pens to further reduce our impact on the environment, whilst continuing to reduce emissions in support of the Woodland Carbon Scheme.