Roke Manor Quarry Community Matters
The Raymond Brown Community Matters initiative sees us providing and supporting industry learning opportunities within the communities in which we work. We have created partnerships with a number of primary schools local to the site, all of whom have designed their own Raymond Brown lorries as part of our Community Matters initiative, these include; Awbridge Primary School, Whiteparish Primary School, Hampshire Collegiate School and Lockerley Primary School.
Roke Manor Quarry Liaison Committee
Raymond Brown administers a local liaison group, chaired by Councillor Nick Adams-King, to keep the community informed of all developments on the site, and to deal with any concerns.
Raymond Brown have agreed a longstanding arrangement that the lorry drivers may not drive through the nearby village of Whiteparish unless they are delivering into the village.
In 2016, Roke Manor Quarry opened its doors to the community for a day. Over 60 visitors attended, comprising of local residents and customers. As well as giving them the chance to see inside the site and have a tour, they also enjoyed ice creams and goody bags, and the opportunity to sit in an excavator and have their photo taken.
Gifting & Donations
Roke Manor Quarry has a Gifting and Donations budget which is used to offer support to the local community surrounding Roke Manor Quarry, and can be in the form of financial contributions, product or service donations or corporate volunteering.
If you feel that you may benefit from either our Community Matters initiative or if you are local to Roke Manor Quarry and would like to submit a request for a financial, product or service donation then please email Kerry Smith at: firstname.lastname@example.org