Spa retailer HotSpring World lent a helping hand in a new BBC TV series ‘Operation People Power’ in the run up to Christmas. Hosted by well-known Hairy Biker Dave Myers, the show follows a group of celebrities as they carry out community projects to help those in need. HotSpring took part in the first episode of the show called ‘Green Space’ which created a recreation area for the young people of Bristol.
The team donated a super fire pit from their accessories range, which went into the garden area of the Baggator centre. HotSpring’s Nik Miles made star appearance in the programme, as he installed the fire pit, assisted by Mark Miller of DIY SOS and other volunteers. “I got stuck in and helped out with loads of tasks such as clearing the ground, taking down trees, making the new landscape, laying the new paths and the list goes on,” explains Nik.
“Everyone knew my name and I had several conversations with the main cast and crew – I even sat down and had lunch with Hairy Biker Dave!” Lynda Smart of HotSpring World added: ‘‘We welcomed the opportunity to get involved in this exciting project as we have a personal interest in actively helping to improve the health and wellbeing of communities, especially those that help the youth, as this is an investment into all of our futures’’.