23rd December 2020

Trees and Tinsel, it must be Christmas

Trees and Tinsel, it must be Christmas

We planted a tree with Make it Wild and sent the certificate along with some beautiful Eco Tinsel for our extended team for Christmas.

We are humbled by many of the replies, here are a few to show how the gifts were received.

“Just a quick note to thank you very much indeed for the thoughtful Christmas gift. I went on to the Make It Wild website and calculated my own carbon footprint which was something of an eye opener - clearly we all need to be mindful of our lifestyle choices as well as planting a few more trees. An excellent Christmas gift - thank you again.” Chris Jones, CJA Property Management

“Thank you very much for the tree planting. What a brilliant idea. Love it. We need more places to plant trees. Thank you also for the Christmas garland.”  Chris Morgan, Veterans Woodcraft CIC

“Thank you for the garland and for planting a tree. What a unique gift.” Sheila Hobbs, Scott Hobbs Planning

“Season’s Greetings … Thank you for the lovely gift you have made on my behalf. I read earlier today that North Yorkshire is having loads of trees planted and now I know one is planted in my name. It aligns beautifully with In-Site’s values and also of course with your Chairman’s passion. The eco-tinsel is twisting round in my dining kitchen, making it look very Christmassy.” Dorothy Betts

“I have never been given a tree before! What a treat, thank you. Eco-tinsel for my study as well, what more can a fella want. Very In-site! Thank you, greatly appreciated.” Tim Cross, Langleys Solictors

“Thank you sooo much for my gift of a tree - such a thoughtful gift - there hasn't been much to smile about this year but this one is right up there in my top ten.” Sam Rothera, CJA Property Management

“Thank you so much for the tree and the garland, what a lovely kind gesture, totally in keeping with my experience of In-Site. We are doing a team Christmas “do” over Zoom on Thursday so may well wear my garland! It will then go on my mantelpiece. Thanks and best wishes.” Jan Garrill, Two Ridings Community Foundation