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Social engagement accompanies the company’s anniversary

BREMEN. True to the motto ‘200 years, 200 hours,’ J. MÜLLER gave his apprentices time off to undertake numerous charitable tasks in Brake and Bremen as part of the bicentenary celebrations. The first task took place in September in the Apfelkulturparadies in Bremen during the ‘Day of Caring,’ which involved weeding, getting the tree house ready for the winter months and clearing the tree trail. Other tasks included the apprentices painting walls of a homeless shelter, building climbing frames in playgrounds or going on a day out with residents from a nursing home.


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