E.ON UK Press Releases - August 2010

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A number of colleagues from E.ON's Connah's Quay Power Station have embarked on a string of activities in support of the local Flintshire community as part of the company's team challenge programme. Volunteers from E.ON's Operational Excellence team recently

Age Concern Merstham, Redhill and Reigate has celebrated the installation of energy efficient measures at its centre in Merstham, following a grant of nearly £10,000 from energy company E.ON. The grant has been used to insulate the centre's roof, install

Dove Cottage Day Hospice in Stathern, near Melton Mowbray has been awarded a grant from E.ON's Employee Community Fund, courtesy of E.ON employee Richard Hardy. Dove Cottage is an independent organisation offering palliative day care and support to people

St Mary's Primary School in Burton Latimer has been awarded a grant from E.ON's new Employee Community Fund, courtesy of parent and E.ON employee Andrew Barrow. The grant of £2,000 will allow the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at St Mary's to buy new

A team of eager volunteers from E.ON's Westwood Business Park offices recently spent two days transforming the playground at Wyken Croft Primary School in Coventry. The team were tasked with revamping an unused area of the playground into a sensory garden

E.ON has awarded Radcliffe on Trent Junior School with a grant from the company's Employee Community Fund, thanks to parent and E.ON employee Julia Jones. Radcliffe on Trent Junior School, which has around 260 pupils aged between seven and 11, supports

A massive increase in organised chainsaw attacks on E.ON's power network in central England has seen more than a dozen wooden poles scythed down and thousands of customers left without power in a week.

Careful management and a vibrant biodiversity action plan mean that E.ON's Ratcliffe on Soar Power Station in Nottinghamshire offers a number of animals much needed habitat throughout the year. This summer has been no different with dozens of Sand Martins