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Dec 10, 2019
War Memorial

Chris Chapman (Royal British Legion), Ray Ashby (Royal British Legion), Peter Clinker, Nestlé Head of Facilities Management; (back row left to right); Dan Shrimpton, Chair of Trustees Joseph Rowntree Theatre; Paul Steadman, Nestlé Group HR Director.

 

Two memorial boards commemorating the 412 Rowntree’s employees who gave their lives in service during the First and Second World Wars have been welcomed to their new home at the Joseph Rowntree Theatre.

In 2010, a stone memorial was unveiled at the Nestlé factory in Haxby Road so that members of the public could pay their respects to the fallen whenever they wished. This replaced the carved wooden boards which had been on display in various areas of the factory since the end of the 1939-1945 conflict.

Paul Steadman, Group HR Director for Nestlé UK said: “Hundreds of Rowntree’s employees lost their lives or sustained disabling injuries during the World Wars. The stone memorial at our Haxby Road site is dedicated to their memory and their sacrifice.

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Dec 09, 2019
Nestlé Tutbury
The short film, presented by Nestlé employee Jess Bray, takes viewers on a whistle-stop tour of Tutbury and Hatton, visiting local landmarks like the Tutbury Museum, Tutbury Castle and the Salt Brook Heritage Trail.
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Dec 04, 2019
Nestle Buxton water

Buxton Natural Mineral Water has announced its whole range will be made from 100% recycled plastic (rPET), while remaining 100% recyclable, by 2021.

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Dec 02, 2019
Laura Brady, Shopper Marketing Manager at Nestlé Ireland

Culture, art, history and taste, Dublin has it all and features in a new video series produced by Nestlé that looks at the communities they are a part of.

This video of the series is presented by Laura Brady, Shopper Marketing Manager at Nestlé Ireland who gives a tour of the city showing the viewer its unique characteristics before telling us some of the initiatives and partnerships in the community that Nestlé Ireland work with.

Founded close to the 10th century, Dublin was originally a Viking settlement named Dubhlinn meaning ‘Black Pool’ and has since grown to become the multi-cultural city it is today. The capital city of Ireland is well known for its architecture, art, history and culture and is well loved by both its residents and those who visit.

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Nov 27, 2019
Quality Street personalised tin

This Christmas, Irish Quality Street fans can for the first time personalise a tin of this iconic festive favourite at select Dunnes Stores. The service is available for a limited period at the below stores:

  • Dunnes Stores, Cornelscourt, Dublin 18 - Tuesday 3rd / Wednesday 4th / Thursday 5th December
  • Dunnes Stores, Jetland, Limerick - Friday 6th / Saturday 7th / Sunday 8th December
  • Dunnes Stores, Donaghmede, Dublin 13 - Monday 9th / Tuesday 10th / Wednesday 11th December
 

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Nov 26, 2019
girl petting her dog
  • The prize celebrates the positive effect that animals have on human behaviour
  • New to this year’s competition are two categories, piloted/implemented innovations and idea-stage innovations
 

Purina PetCare in collaboration with Ashoka, a pioneer in the field of social entrepreneurship, announces the Purina BetterwithPets Prize is back for a second year.

The Purina BetterwithPets Prize identifies enterprises and individuals across the globe that harness the positive power of the pet-human bond through innovative solutions to issues such as emotional disconnection and trauma, social isolation and marginalization and health problems. The initiative aims to raise awareness on the powerful role that the pet-human bond can play both for individuals and communities.

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