FCO Services are at Museum’s Service

FCO Services are at Museum’s Service

repainting museum benchesStaff from FCO Services at Hanslope traded spreadsheets for stories and shovels when they visited MK Museum as part of a day’s teambuilding.

As well as touring the galleries to enjoy stories of this area’s past, the fifty-strong group rolled up their sleeves to tackle gardening, painting and archiving duties for the museum.

Their day at the museum also included quizzes, a cream tea, and a briefing on plans for two new galleries.

Each year the team selects a local cause where they can put something back into the community, and Museum Director Bill Griffiths was on hand to praise their efforts.

“We’re really grateful for the energy and enthusiasm the FCO Services team put into volunteering for the day. As the UK’s largest volunteer-run museum, we love to welcome local companies to enjoy a day with us.”

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