Franklin Principals Accociation

The Franklin Principals Association held their meeting here in August, with a representative from the Ministry of Education.

"The Franklin Principals Association would like to thank Campbell Tyson for the use of your fabulous conference room.  The Association appreciated the opportunity to use your state of the art facilities on Thursday 15th August for local school principals and management teams to meet with a representative of the Ministry of Education"

 

Mucking In With Mulch

Miserable weather wasn't enough to deter 40 keen Campbell Tyson staff from mucking in at Pukekohe Hospital to give the gardens around the Rehabilitation and Aged Care Unit a much needed spruce up. Pukekohe Hospital Operations Manager, Michelle McRobbie said the working bee was much appreciated, "The gardens really needed a freshening up and Campbell Tyson is always very supportive."

Campbell Tyson director, Sarah Miskell, said the team were happy to do something different for a staff trip out of the office, "A lot of our staff have had babies here or relatives that died here, so it's nice to be able to give something back."

Asplundh donated a truckload of mulch for the makeover and Mitre 10 Mega Pukekohe gave plants and tools to help the cause.

Pretty in ponchos
Pretty in ponchos

Campbell Tyson staff from left, Abbey Millen, Amanda Richardson, Sara Smart, Jacqui Kendall and Melissa Richardson enjoying getting stuck into the gardens at Pukekohe Hospital.

Taking a breather
Taking a breather

Accountants Anita Biggelaar and Matthew Robertson take a break from shovelling mulch in the rain.