Osborne Helped with Garden Makeover
Osborne helped to transform a tired and neglected area into a bright, modern outdoor classroom for the children of St Joseph’s Primary School in Warrington.
The brief was to create a low maintenance outdoor learning space that would encourage the local wildlife to happily visit and thrive. Planting that was accessible to all the children in the school, no matter what their size or physicality, was also required.
It all began with the basics, site clearance and ground works. Artificial turf and even a bug hotel were installed.
It all came together to create a safe, inspiring environment where the children can enjoy being out of the classroom and out in the fresh air.
Headmaster Alan Saunders was thrilled with the result. “With your expertise and generosity we now have an area for the children to enjoy and be extremely proud of.”
The project was overseen by Brian McCoy of St Joseph’s Parents and Friends Association. He said; “The garden was extremely hard work and would not have been achieved without the help and assistance of all those involved.”