Corporate Responsibility

Roam Responsibly

Trespass has partnered with the #RoamResponsibly campaign in their mission to promote responsible outdoor access. Wild camping and exploring is fun but it can also have a detrimental effect to our environment and nature. By collaborating with social media campaign #RoamResponsibly, we aim to raise awareness of the Countryside Code and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Together with this knowledge we can help preserve these stunning and unique landscapes.

The Instagrammer community voiced its concern over the outdoors in Spring 2017. These high profile influencers on the image-sharing platform were concerned about the degradation of the popular nature sites due to littering and over-use by visitors. Together, the Instagrammers signed a charter, which addressed the issues and agreed to promote responsible roaming outdoors.

Established pre-pandemic, RR have been discussing amongst themselves how important it is to get the message out as restrictions ease and they continue to put a plan together on how to get the campaign going again. The last time restrictions were relaxed, the outdoors faced some heavy footfall. Unfortunately this includes rubbish and poor behaviour that goes along with it. A lot of the trash RR are finding is single-use camping equipment.

Let’s get together. Help spread the word.

Top Tips when enjoying the great outdoors

  • Leave your spot better than how you found it. Leave no trace.
  • Take rubbish home and dispose of it responsibly. Re-use your camping gear.
  • Be respectful to residents and others you meet.
  • Guard against Fire. Use a stove to avoid damaging the ground below.
  • Do not cause damage or disturbance.

You can join the campaign by tagging your photos on social media @RoamResponsibly #RoamResponsibly

General Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Statement

Please help us to minimise the effect we have on the environment by recycling your waste electrical goods. For advice on all aspects of recycling, including recycling of waste electronic equipment, please visit where you can find out the locations of collection points near to you.

WEEE Compliance Statement

Helping to recycle your electrical equipment.

Why are we involved?

Recycling facilities are now available for all customers at which you can deposit your old electrical products. This is a requirement under UK and European legislation (The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment — or WEEE — Directive). The aim of the legislation is to;

  • Make good use of the materials that make up old electrical equipment by recycling rather than disposing in landfills.
  • Prevent the negative environmental effects of sending often hazardous electrical equipment to landfills.

As a conscientious business, Jacobs & Turner Ltd (Trespass) has chosen to group together with other retailers in joining the Distributor Take Back Scheme. Through this scheme, we have paid toward the provision of improved of recycling facilities for our customers.

How does this work in practice?

Customers will be able to take any old electrical equipment to participating civic amenity sites (often known as household waste-recycling centres) run by their local councils. Please remember that this equipment will be further handled during the recycling process, so please be considerate when depositing your equipment.

Funding collected through the Distributor Take Back Scheme has been distributed between all local authorities in the UK to ensure the provision of improved recycling facilities. Producers of these products will then ensure that deposited items are taken away and recycled.

Where to dispose of electrical equipment?

Wherever practical, old electrical waste should not be disposed of with your household waste.

You can locate your closest participating collection site at (please remember to have your postcode to hand).

An Overview of the Situation

UK households dispose of over 1.2 million tonnes of electrical and electronic waste every year. This is the equivalent of 150,000 double-decker buses and would be enough to fill the new Wembley Stadium 6 times over.

Much of the UK’s electronic waste ends up in landfill sites, where toxins put communities at risk. Failure to segregate any type of recyclable material in the home will usually result in items being disposed of in a landfill site (buried in the ground in the UK) or being incinerated.

To remind you to recycle, all new electrical products are marked with a crossed-out wheeled bin symbol.


Single Use Carrier Bags Charge (Wales) Regulations 2010
Record for the Period 07/04/2018 to 06/04/2019

Number of chargeable bags supplied: 63,128
Total amount received from the sale of bags:  £3156.35
Total amount received from the 5p charge: £3156.15
Net proceeds of the charge: £2524.92

Trespass sent a cheque to the value of £2524.92 to The Khushi Foundation.

The difference of £631.23 between the total amount received from the sale of bags and the net proceeds of the 5p charge is made up of the following:

  • Amounts above 5p that customers paid for bags: £0.06
  • VAT: £631.03

Gender Pay Gap Report

Organisation name: Jacobs & Turner Ltd

Date of report: 30.03.2018

Relevant period: From 06.04.2016 to 05.04.2017

Differences in hourly pay

Difference between the mean hourly rate of pay between male and female employees as at 05.04.2017: 4.21%

Difference between the median hourly rate of pay between male and female employees as at 05.04.2017: 0.00%

Differences in bonus pay

Difference between the mean bonus pay paid to male employees and that paid to female employees in the 12 month period ending on 05.04.2017: 80.95%

Difference between the median bonus pay paid to male employees and that paid to female employees in the 12 month period ending on 05.04.2017: 72.08%

Proportions of male and female employees who were paid bonus pay for the 12 month period ending on 05.04.2017


Percentage who received bonus





Quartile bands

Proportions of male and female employees who were in the lower, lower middle, upper middle and upper quartile pay bands as at 05.04.2017







Lower middle



Upper middle






At Trespass we believe achieving gender balance is not only the right thing to do, it also enables people and our business to perform better. This belief is supported by our policies on equal opportunities.

Trespass has a mean gender bonus pay gap of 0.62%. Only 6 employees out of a total of 1396 employees are on bonus schemes. Due to that very small number of employees receiving bonuses we feel that the gap is not statistically significant.

We are happy that the statistics in our report positively demonstrate that our policies on equal opportunities are successfully achieving their goals


I confirm that the information contained within this report is accurate.


Graham Hancock

Name: Graham Hancock

Position: Operations Manager

Date: 30.03.2018