Wessex Water staff members volunteered for around 700 hours in Bath last year, providing support to local community groups, organisation and charities.
In total, 100 members of staff from the company took part in volunteering activities, with Bath City Farm being one of the main charities they supported.
Claire Davies, communications co-ordinator at the farm, said: “Teams from Wessex Water got stuck right in, supporting us by laying new pathways, building goat mountains, installing spring water-fed sheep troughs and generally tidying the place up.
“We now have clear pathways, which are stinging nettle free and safe for our visitors, a money saving water trough system for our sheep and a mountain for our goats to climb and keep their hooves healthy.
“This allowed us to focus on delivering our core projects for people facing adversity. It costs £850 a day to run our charity, support from Wessex Water helps us to remain open and operating.”
The water and sewerage company allows its employees to use one workday a year for volunteering, and community engagement co-ordinator Jennifer Staton organises these activities.
She said: “Our volunteers were very busy last year – they lent a helping hand to a number of community groups across Bath.
“We look forward to supporting even more groups this year and urge any local charities or community groups that would like some help from our volunteers to get in contact.”