We are absolutely thrilled with a gift from one of Oswestry’s supermarkets which will help bring sunshine to our gardens.
The gardens at our three properties are all specifically designed for wheelchair users and now the town’s Morrisons store has donated sunflower seeds to help make them even brighter this summer.
The sunflower seeds have been given as part of the Morrison’s Seeds of Hope campaign
with the slogan “plant hope for a better future.”
Morrisons Oswestry community champions, Rachael Roberts and Kiley Waters said that they had seen the wheelchair accessible gardens at the Ethos bungalows highlighted as part of National Garden Week and thought the sunflower seeds would be a lovely addition.
Our chief executive Fae Dromgool collected the seeds this week and said they would be ideal for a newly planted raised beds at the charity’s bungalows.
“We were delighted to take up the offer and we may even have a competition between our clients to grow the tallest sunflower,” she said.
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