We recognise that our waste, recycling, quarrying and home building operations have the potential for impact upon the environment and on our neighbours in local communities.
High professional standards of performance are a prerequisite and are ensured by strict application of state of the art management systems.
As a family business with strong core values, we do our very best not just to minimise our impacts but to give something back to local communities.
Click on the map to see a full list of the projects that we have supported
Working in partnership
Westbury Music & Arts Festival
The Hills Group is one of the main sponsors for
the 2016 Westbury Music & Arts Festival.
Campaign to Protect Rural England
The Hills Group has once again sponsored the Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Wiltshire ‘Best Kept Village’ competition for 2016.
Working through Community First the Hills Group provided funding for 25 community projects in 2014/15. Read the latest report by clicking on the image on the right
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Read about an unique 25 year partnership between the Hills Group and Wiltshire Wildlife Trust in this celebration brochure.
Good driving charter and involvement in the How's My Driving? scheme
Find out more about Hills' good driving charter and its involvement in the How's My Driving? scheme.
Lower Compton Naafi
The NAAFI building, which is due to be demolished, is owned by Hills after the site was purchased from the Ministry of Defence in 2011.
Marlborough Jazz Festival
The Hills Group Limited - proud sponsors of Marlborough Jazz Festival for 25 years.
Over the past 15 years the Hills Group has channelled over £11.4 million into environmental and other good causes across Wiltshire through the Landfill Communities Fund.
See photographs from community projects supported by the Hills Group here
Watch a video of the community tree planting day held at Penn Wood in Calne, Wiltshire
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