BSH Recycling reveal novel fundraising initiative for Little Miracles!
BSH Recycling have partnered with renowned local street artist Nathan ‘Nyces’ Murdoch to elevate the simple skip, turning them into important pieces of community art.
The ‘Skip Art with Community Heart’ initiative will not only be highlighting impactful messages that resonate with local people, but the skip shaped canvases will also actively support local charities and sports & community groups. This support will include donations from BSH Recycling themselves, through to raising the profile of an incredible range of community enterprises.
Whilst Christmas can be a magical time for some people, it can also be one of the most challenging times of the year for others. Nathan has created two masterpieces that showcase the valuable work and important seasonal messages.
Chris Seggie, Managing Director of BSH Recycling says of the project “The local communities in Bourne and Peterborough have supported us throughout our business journey and we’re very passionate about giving back in any way that we can. Our skips make the ideal canvas for our community artwork campaign in partnership with Nathan’Nyces’ Murdoch. As a local artist, Nathan was the natural choice, sharing our commitment to serving the local community and building a positive future for the next generation.”
Sophia Wakeman from Little Miracles says of the project, "We are really appreciative of BSH Recycling putting the Little Miracles message on a skip. I went down to witness Nathan from Street Art Hire design and spray paint it; it was rather incredible to watch him in action. It was amazing to meet the BSH Recycling team and learn more about their commitment to the community”