Greencore staff help out at Hunslet Carr allotment

An old stone sink sunk in the wild flower garden at the Sandon Mount allotment attracted frogs, which amazed the children and inspired the volunteers to create a wildlife pond and garden.

The BUET team at Greencore Leeds wanted to get involved, so offered their services to dig out the pond in the wildlife area. Picking a perfect summer’s day, the team put on their gardening gear and spent four hours digging the base of the pond. It was a great team building, community spirited, afternoon which has given them the desire to help complete the project.

The allotment is a joint venture between Hunslet Carr Residents Association and Hunslet Carr Primary School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Paul Wray says:

    I’m very much looking forward to seeing this on one of my next governor visits – it will be a wonderful addition to the allotment.

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