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AFLA actively encourages participation in a wide range of environmental and charitable matters, supporting local schools, charities and organisations that support children and adults with physical and learning disabilities.

Chartered Landscape Institute
AFLA Ltd is a LI chartered practice and Alex Fraser (Practice Director) is a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute.

Mentoring young people
In 2018, Alex Fraser has become a mentor for the Royal Horticultural Society working to engage young people in the world of plants through design, in the “Green Plan It Challenge”. This national design ‘challenge’ is working with secondary school students aged 12-14, the project providing a great opportunity to inspire the next generation of landscape designers, environmentalists and horticulturalists by engaging them in the natural world.

Reducing our carbon footprint
As keen cyclists, we endeavour to reduce our carbon footprint by cycling to meetings and projects, often travelling 30 miles a day. We try, wherever possible, to operate in a paper-free environment, working digitally with our clients.

Charity donations
AFLA supports various charities, most recently supporting Kim Pennelegion and her fundraising for the Target Ovarian Cancer charity.

Leonard Cheshire Disability
Since 2014, Alex Fraser has been an active volunteer, supporting disabled adults teaching them the skills of angling.

Pike Anglers Association – Level 2 angling coach
Alex Fraser qualified as a Level 2 angling coach in 2015 and regularly supports the Pike Anglers Association at their Annual Conference, teaching youngsters the skills of angling and fish welfare.

Surfers Against Sewage
Alex Fraser has been a member of SAS since 2017 and is involved in regular informal beach and riverbank clean-up exercises.

Alex Fraser supports 2 initiative called "Anglers against single use plastic in the tackle trade" and "The Anglers national line recycling scheme".