As part of their centenary celebrations, ATCO has donated two of its machines to the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to help maintain the 150-acre site.
Left to right standing: Andy Ansell, Head of Estates at The National Memorial Arboretum, Glen White, Area Sales Manager for STIGA UK, Richard Gadsby and Jennifer Clay from Country Services, the ATCO dealership in Barton Under Needwood, who delivered the two machines: kneeling left to right: Adrian Sharratt and Tom Price from the grounds team at the Arboretum.
The Arboretum is part of the Royal British Legion and ATCO has joined forces with them as they also celebrate their centenary in 2021.
The ATCO Liner 22H V and 22 SC BBC, join the stable of lawnmowers used to maintain the extensive garden and woodland site, and went immediately into service.
"With 150 acres to manage, our team is always working hard to ensure that our grassed areas are in peak condition," said Andy Ansell, head of estates at the National Memorial Arboretum.
"We are incredibly grateful for ATCO's donation of the two new machines to assist our efforts and they will be well used in our formal areas."
Gary Tully, sales and marketing director of STIGA UK, which owns the ATCO brand, added, "The beautiful grounds of the Arboretum, complement hundreds of sculpted memorials dedicated to incredible people, who have served and sacrificed on behalf of our country and we are absolutely delighted that our machines will play their part in maintaining them."