NIS supports the Poppy Appeal

For this year’s NDA Supply chain event, which took place at Manchester’s Event city on Thursday 2nd November, NIS decided that once again we would donate the money we would usually spend on corporate gifts to the British Legion Poppy Appeal.

With almost 2000 delegates attending the event has become the biggest of the UK nuclear calendar, and we were delighted to be able to give away hundreds of poppies to support and promote the vital work the British Legion does for the Armed Forces community.

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