David Sutton, Estates Manager at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent, was presented with a hamper of food products by British Sugar TOPSOIL’s Grace Townsend after winning a competition at the recent Parks & Gardens Live event at Woburn Abbey and Gardens.
Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, which is part of The Aspinall Foundation, cares for over 400 animals across 50 species on a one hundred acre parkland site. As one of Aspinall’s award-winning parks, it is committed to the conservation, breeding and re-introduction of rare and endangered animals. In his role as Estates Manager, David is responsible for ensuring the park’s landscape and infrastructure is maintained to an exceptionally high standard, both for the animals who call it their home and the many thousands of visitors it receives each year.
British Sugar TOPSOIL, the country’s leading supplier of topsoil to the landscaping, construction and amenity sectors, is part of British Sugar, an AB Sugar company which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Associated British Foods plc. David’s hamper contained a selection of food products manufactured by ABF brands.