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Sanctuary staff say 'Aloha' at team day

Set in 300 acres, the grounds at Trinity Park just outside Ipswich provided the perfect location for Sanctuary Personnel’s outdoor team building day. With 20 teams of 6-7 competing against each other, there was something for everyone. For those looking to test their co-ordination skills, archery, segway navigation, cricket and rounders, certainly put them to the test.

There was a twist on the more traditional ‘five a side’ games, as staff took to bubble-football and inflatable volleyball to top-up their scores to win a 2 Course meal at The Bistro followed by a sail on a luxury yacht.

The winning team was led by Head of Permanent Recruitment, Paul Woulfe. It included staff members from credit control, business development and payroll through to consultants specialising in specific areas of recruitment for health, social care and criminal justice.

In handing out the medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, Managing Director James Rook, took the opportunity to not just congratulate all participants, but praised staff for their commitment, passion and drive in creating one of the fastest growing employers within East Anglia.

Sanctuary Personnel firmly believes that every employee and role is of equal importance to the company’s success. The team away day echoes this sentiment, bringing together diverse teams to collectively celebrate business achievements and future growth.

Staff were also invited to dress in Hawaiian inspired clothing and in true Sanctuary Personnel form embraced their creative side in adorning some vibrant creations. Winner of the ‘Best Dressed’ went to Danielle Feavearyear, consultant at Sanctuary Criminal Justice.
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