Osborne Branch Out

Osborne held a tree-planting ceremony this week at its site at Portesbery SEN School in Deepcut, Camberley, to mark the completion of the new school’s main landscaping scheme.

The Osborne site team were joined by students from the school’s planting club, Head Teacher Matthew Sartin, School Business Manager Debbie Attard and local dignitaries including Surrey County Council Project Manager John Farr.

To mark the budding occasion, a cherry tree was planted, alongside other smaller plants, which gave Portesbery’s students a chance to demonstrate their skills,  and also allowed them to add their own personal touches to their new school. The planting was followed by a site tour for the students to see the project’s progress, which is due to be ready for the autumn term.

The site at Portesbery will also be representing Osborne this weekend at this year’s UKCG’s Open Doors event on 6-7 March. Open Doors events across the country will see construction companies opening some of their sites for the general public to take a “behind the scenes” look and to ask those who make it happen, all about what they do.