Data centre company Gibtelecom has planted 600 trees in Wales as part of its environmental development programme.


The company, a specialist in managed solutions and cloud services, works with the charity Protect Earth. The Welsh project was for 600 native British trees in 12 species as part of a three-year commitment to increase the natural biodiversity of that part of the country.

The project took place at Pantpurlais Farm in Llandrindod Wells and was celebrated by Gibtelecom’s business development executive Jason Bamford (pictured) at the company’s plot which is named Mount Pleasant after Gibtelecom’s Gibraltar data centre.

Gibtelecom has operations in Gibraltar, the UK, Dublin, the Isle of Man and Malta.