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KITCHEN GARDEN TAKES SHAPE AT LOCAL SCHOOL

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Some of the year six children at Barton Stacey C of E Primary School recently got in touch with us to see if we could help them build a kitchen garden on the school grounds – we were delighted to lend a hand!

The Green Horizon Kitchen Garden, presented to us by pupils Eleanor Thomas and Luke Freeman, is an environmentally friendly project featuring several raised beds in which the children can plant seasonal soft fruit and vegetables. Not only are they intending to supplement the school kitchen, but these eco-entrepreneurs are also planning to provide a delivery service to the elderly and disabled who live in this tight-knit community.

We called upon some of our key sub-contractors to help with this project, and site managers Dan Veal and Spencer Williams, responsible for our development of five detached new homes on the edge of this picturesque village, stepped up to lend a hand with digging in the winter veg!

Our thanks to:  Just Lime Grass, Paul Willshire Decorating, MRH Scaffolding, Wooden Heart Kitchens, MJR Drylining and Beauworth Plumbing for their contributions.

Pictured left to right: Dan Veal (Alfred Homes), Eleanor Thomas, Flora Leader, Joshua Hazard, Spencer Williams (Alfred Homes), Poppy Marshall, Lee Stangroom (Head of School), Natasha Gadney, Eleanor Mallinso and Archie Whiskerd.  The 'head' that can partially be seen to Archie's left is Bonnie Gilbert.

02/12/2019
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KITCHEN GARDEN TAKES SHAPE AT LOCAL SCHOOL

Some of the year six children at Barton Stacey C of E Primary School recently got in touch with us to see if we could help them build a kitchen garden on the school grounds – we were delighted to lend a hand!

The Green Horizon Kitchen Garden, presented to us by pupils Eleanor Thomas and Luke Freeman, is an environmentally friendly project featuring several raised beds in which the children can plant seasonal soft fruit and vegetables. Not only are they intending to supplement the school kitchen, but these eco-entrepreneurs are also planning to provide a delivery service to the elderly and disabled who live in this tight-knit community.

We called upon some of our key sub-contractors to help with this project, and site managers Dan Veal and Spencer Williams, responsible for our development of five detached new homes on the edge of this picturesque village, stepped up to lend a hand with digging in the winter veg!

Our thanks to:  Just Lime Grass, Paul Willshire Decorating, MRH Scaffolding, Wooden Heart Kitchens, MJR Drylining and Beauworth Plumbing for their contributions.

Pictured left to right: Dan Veal (Alfred Homes), Eleanor Thomas, Flora Leader, Joshua Hazard, Spencer Williams (Alfred Homes), Poppy Marshall, Lee Stangroom (Head of School), Natasha Gadney, Eleanor Mallinso and Archie Whiskerd.  The 'head' that can partially be seen to Archie's left is Bonnie Gilbert.

02/12/2019

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