As part of Lafarge's commitment to working actively in the local community and promoting safety, we've teamed up with Roundhill Community College, in Leicester, to deliver a 5 week programme of education and awareness for year 7 pupils.
With great feedback from the teachers and the pupils, who learnt important lessons in and out of the classroom about road and cycle safety , we're rolling out the project to other schools around the UK.
Interested in us coming to your school, or want to know more. Contact: Richard Halderthay, Head of Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org
This video tells the story of the National Memorial Arboretum [NMA], the nation's place of remembrance.
Created on restored former quarried land in Staffordshire that was gifted to the RBLI by Lafarge the NMA is now a moving national visitor attraction.
This video, shot at Lafarge's Panshanger Quarry in Hertfordshire showcases the rich biodiversity that Lafarge has carefully cultivated and managed through careful mineral extraction and restoration.
The quarry has been a vital source of sand and gravel for important local infrastructure projects since he 1960's and is set in a Grade II* listed landscape.
The local Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust have been important partners in bringing this to life.
Lafarge's number one priority is safety. Here at its' West Deeping Quarry, Lincolnshire, the team discuss a recent safety improvement.
Granite has been quarried for over 150 years supplying vital building materials up and down the country.
Find out more about this nationally important source of granite.