Sytner volunteers transform Enderby community garden

Team-Pic1Sytner, the renowned national dealership, has made a huge difference to the Council-run ‘A Place to Grow’ project after volunteering on the site.

With its headquarters on the Meridian Industrial Estate in Blaby District, fifteen senior members of Sytner’s staff, including Group Managing Director Darren Edwards, visited the Council’s garden in Enderby to offer their time and manpower to help transform the garden.

A Place to Grow is a free to use sustainable Community Garden which supports positive Health and Wellbeing.

The site is aimed at anyone with a health related problem who wants to improve their Health and Wellbeing.

Leicestershire Cares, who bring businesses and communities together for the benefit of all, organised the team of volunteers from Sytner who worked so hard on the garden.

Tasks included building a retaining wooden wall and laying of crazy paving.

In the children’s area, two planting frames were rebuilt and wood chip was laid. A playhouse, tubs, planters and plants were also purchased by Sytner to help enhance the garden.

A Place to Grow will be hosting its own open day on Saturday 9 July 2016 from 11am-2pm for families to visit and enjoy the picturesque surroundings.

For more information on A Place to Grow e-mail leisure@blaby.gov.uk, call 0116 272 7703 or visit www.blaby.gov.uk/aptg

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