Maybridge Keystone Club confirms it now has sufficient funds to start a 3 Phase project designed to improve the site grounds to the benefit of all users. Phase 1 work starts with a work session on Tuesday March 25th from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm.
The club secured funding through Breathing Spaces and Oak Grove College to deliver Phase 1 of the project to establish a ‘Safe and Secure’ dual-purpose garden on site, designed for the use of both young and elderly people.
Garden Project Manager Wayne Hoban said: “We are delighted that the Maybridge Keystone Club ‘Safe and Secure Garden Project’ is now under way. This project will provide a safe and secure garden, designed with disability-friendly features, for young children and elderly people.
“We are particularly grateful to the Breathing Spaces Garden Therapy Community Interest Company, who have worked with us to secure funding and resources required to deliver this important project.”
The plan is to dig some trenches to replant exiting boundary hedges and do some planting and mulching. Although the session will be undertaken by Breathing Spaces and Oak Grove College, up to 12 additional volunteers are needed on the day to ensure that required work is completed by the end of the session; tools and gloves will be provided.
If you can help to deliver this important project by donating some of your time the club would really like to hear from you. Please contact Wayne Hoban, Garden Project Manager, on 07508 245403 or by e-mail via Wayne.email@example.com to confirm your availability.
Breathing Spaces, a social enterprise, is funded by West Sussex County Council to build three therapeutic gardens in Worthing in 2014, one of which is the Maybridge Keystone Garden Project.
Maybridge Keystone Club is at Raleigh Way, Goring-By-Sea, Worthing.