Gloucester Business Park hosts free hanging basket workshops+
Earlier this week, employees at Gloucester Business Park were given the opportunity to take part in free hanging basket workshop sessions guided by award-winning landscapers.
The business park, owned by global integrated property group Goodman, held three sessions on 20th May which were attended by 60 staff from many of the business park’s customers. Attendees learnt how to plant their own hanging baskets to either take home, or to give as gifts to friends and family.
The events are held each year across Goodman Business Parks, and are part of Goodman’s mission to offer customers across its business parks a varied and interactive work environment.
Richard Potter, Property Services Director at Goodman said:
“Our creative workshops have always proved extremely popular, and this year we have seen a higher demand than ever. The events are a great way to boost staff morale and to encourage teamwork amongst our customers’ employees. We look forward to rolling out further customer events and activities at the park over the coming months.”
Goodman prides itself on its dedication to promoting a healthy work-life balance for business park customers and employees. In recent years, several initiatives have been launched to enhance employee satisfaction on its business parks, including free fitness classes, fresh fruit giveaways and cycling/sustainable travel events.