Newton Fallowell branches out in 2020

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Newton Fallowell, which is part of the Belvoir Group, is proud to announce the launch of its innovative Branching Out in 2020 national campaign, to help support climate change and raise awareness of the company’s award-winning estate agency service.

“Mark Newton, the founder of Newton Fallowell, which has its Head Office in Grantham, Lincolnshire, has ancestral links to Isaac Newton, the famous scientist who discovered the laws of gravity,” explains Newton Fallowell MD David Spackman, “Legend has it that Isaac was inspired by an apple that fell from a tree in the orchard of his home in Lincolnshire. Moving forward all of us are very much aware of the important role that trees can play in helping to tackle the climate change crisis, by absorbing and storing the carbon dioxide emissions that are driving global heating.

“For this reason Newton Fallowell is investing in the purchase of hundreds of young trees that will be planted into the ground every time one of our offices ‘plants’ a Sold board.” 

 “Our offices can either choose to support their local authority with any tree planting initiatives in their area or support a local charity or group that is looking to plant trees for a special project in 2020.

“Newton Fallowell has a fantastic record for house sales, and we anticipate that by the end of this year there will be a whole forest of new trees putting down roots for future generations to enjoy!”

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