Wildlife garden receives welcome cash boost

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A community garden project in Doncaster has received a £500 donation aimed at encouraging young people to get involved in gardening.

Housing management firm St Leger Homes has provided the funds for the "wildlife garden" project adjacent to Adwick Fire Station which sees six- and seven-year-old pupils from Woodlands Primary School attend each week for supervised work, thestar.co.uk reported.

According to the news website, the donation came from St Leger's "positive activities" budget which aims to encourage young people to take part in activities which keep them fit, healthy and interested in looking after the local community.

Workers from St Leger Homes helped to prepare the groundwork at the garden site, with some help from another company, Phoenix Enterprises.

Businesses and organisations seeking to improve garden areas also have the option of investing in stylish garden buildings like summer houses or log cabins. Last week, Wales Online reported that a holiday resort near Aberystwyth is to invest £1 million in a new log cabin development as it looks to take advantage of a rise in domestic tourism.

Posted by David Webb   - 30 November 2010
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