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Over the last few weeks we’ve been working with Dalmatian Systems to put together Christmas Shoeboxes for the homeless and lots of you on the business park gave us your support.
Lucy Trinder, Operations Director of Dalmatian Systems says, “me and my sister Katie wanted to do this in memory of our Dad Ken, who passed away last year. It was a cause close to his heart and every year he would put together boxes for the homeless and we wanted to continue this in his honour. We approached Ransom Wood to see if they’d be a collection point for us and contact the businesses based there to see if they would get involved.”
Alison Warren from Ransom Wood added, “we were more than happy to get involved and the businesses based here were really keen to offer their support. We were completely overwhelmed when Nottinghamshire Community Foundation approached us to say that they would donate £500 worth of Greggs vouchers.”
In total 127 shoeboxes were collected, along with extra donations of hats, gloves and scarves, everything was delivered to the Soup Kitchen based on Church Street in Mansfield.
Lucy Trinder from Dalmatian added “Dropping the shoeboxes off and chatting to the people who run the soup kitchen really bought home just how much these donations mean to the people who will receive them.
Dalmatian Systems and ransom Wood would like to thank all the businesses and people who donated a shoe box, with special thanks to Nottinghamshire Community Foundation, Enva Waste and Mansfield Pet Sitters.
Published: 17th November 2020
Please help make a difference to a homeless person this Christmas.
Published: 22nd October 2020
The Wildlife Trust’s Big Wild Walk event is taking place between 26th October and 1st November. Here’s how you can get involved.
Love this place
We rent an office here and it’s just such a lovely place to drive into everyday
Still love to walk around. I used to live in the big house at the top of the drive, it was Oak House then and I nursed at Ransom Hospital , Byron Ward which was on the left side of Ransom Hall car park. Oak House used to be Sisters accommodation. I think the main chef lived upstairs when I lived there and just me downstairs mostly. I loved it but had to keep my kitchen door closed because of the squirrels. Loved looking down the drive out of my bedroom and lounge windows, beautiful in Autumn and when it snowed, I worked at Ransom Hospital until it closed in 1987. Wonder why Oak House was later named Ash House? Lovely dining at Forever Green in the grounds whilst I reminisce.
Absolutely spot on as regards setting up a virtual office. Really friendly and helpful reception staff, with onsite meeting rooms available if needed. Very pleased.
Great place for taking pets a walk, lovely cafe with meeting rooms.
A great place
Brilliant place, they have all sorts of businesses there. A cafe, hypnotherapy, hypnopuncture as well many others. Worth a drive up just to see what's there. Furthermore, it's in lovely surroundings.
Just go there and walk for miles! Beautiful views from strawberry hill too.
Great place,hidden away
Set in beautiful woodland.. a very relaxing place to work.
Very tranquil here, feel at real ease could get lost in my own thoughts
Lots of meeting rooms. Follow signes not sat nav to find entrence as its moved. Plenty of parking.
Nice business offices and restaurant
Love it. Great setting, and reasonable rents.