Arlington Business Park goes RED to support National Heart Month
28 February 2011
Employees at leading property group Goodman, along with its occupiers at Arlington Business Park, turned red for the day in February to save lives by supporting the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Wear Red to Work day.
As part of National Heart Month, Goodman invited its employees and other occupiers based at Arlington Business Park to raise money by wearing red to work for the day. Goodman along with employees from Hatfield Business Park and Glasgow Central Quay took part to help fight the UK’s biggest killer - heart and circulatory disease.
Jim Johnston, MD UK Business Parks at Goodman said: “We decided to support the Wear Red to Work campaign because we wanted to do something fun for a good cause that would involve the whole Park community at Arlington Business Park. This initiative allowed us to do this by joining forces with our occupiers to raise money for the British Heart Foundation’s vital work.”
Jackie Skeel, Head of National Campaigns at the British Heart Foundation, said: “Thanks to Goodman going Red for Heart. The money raised will help save lives and fight the UK’s biggest killer.”
For more information about the Red for Heart campaign please visit bhf.org.uk/red, call 0845 2410976 or email email@example.com
Arlington Business Park is situated in Theale, close to Reading and junction 12 of the M4. It offers wide range of high quality office space, with 70,000 sq ft available at the park, and is situated around a stunning landscaped lake that provides a relaxed working environment for its occupiers, attracting companies such as Pepsi Co, KPMG and RBS.