Giving a little back…

January 2019…and what a way to start the new year.

Each year, Rookery Farm Packing donate plants to Break. Break is a charity that supports vulnerable children, young people and families across East Anglia. Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Break has six mainstream children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and a Therapeutic Fostering Service offering single placements to traumatised young people.

This year with the help of Rookery Farm, we help to raise £850.00 for proceeds from our plant donations in 2018.

It’s christmas time..

December saw a very busy year and season come to a end, and what a way to end the year than with a annual christmas party, and this year did not disappoint. Dressed up to the nines everyone enjoyed a 3 course christmas meal, drinks, secret santa presents and a Abba tribute band for entertainment.

A big thank you must go to David and Elaine Robinson for treating everyone that evening after they could not make it themselves through sickness. Everyone had a fantastic evening and enjoyed themselves thoroughly.

Baby Robinson Competition!

Both Rookery Farm Directors, David & Elaine Robinson were extremely proud to announce they were going to become grandparents at the end of 2018.

A competition was run internally amongst staff to guess Baby Robinson’s sex, weight and delivery date. The winner of the competition was Georgiana who correctly guessed the sex of Baby Robinson as a girl, was correct with her weight of 7 lbs 7 ozs and was the closest to the delivery date with her guess of the 9th December.

Baby Robinson, as she is now known as Francesca Rae Robinson, arrived on Friday 7th of December. Both mum and daughter are doing well.

Rookery Farm are proud to announce…..

Rookery Farm are proud to announce the completion of 6 new poly-tunnels in time for this season.

The structures were provided by National Structures of Preston and erected by Rookery Farm staff. The tunnels have full environmental computer controls supplied by local firm Tomtech.
The new expansion of the poly-tunnels will allow Rookery Farm to increase their growing capacity to match increase in sales.

Employee of the Month Jan 2018

 


Employee of the Month

January 2018

Chris has this morning been presented with a small token of our appreciation for his continued hard work on and around the nursery by Elaine.

Chris has been recognised by various members of staff for his dedication not only through out January but continuously while he has been with us.

Keep up the good work Chris and Thank you!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employee of the month May 2017

 

Employees of the month May 2017

 

Cristian and Vali shared the honour of employee of the month in May for their continued hard work and commitment in carrying out the sowing at Rookery Farm Packing.

Their work started in January and they have shown great dedication and skill in sowing a wide range of seed.

Congratulations to them both for carrying out this important job so well.