In the summer work began on building a greenhouse at the Hospice, which would allow the children to learn more about plants, as well as grow their own flowers, fruit and vegetables. To make the greenhouse accessible for all, a path needed to be built to allow for wheelchair access and RRG Huddersfield Toyota were delighted to be able to support the build of this greenhouse with a £2000 donation.
Not only did RRG Huddersfield support the Hospice by funding the project, members of the team also took part in helping to build the path. Once the foundations had been laid, the RRG team laid the anti-slip path coating and boarders for the greenhouse.
Debs Davis, from Forget Me Not Hospice, said: “Our most heartfelt thanks go to RRG Huddersfield Toyota for their generous donation of £2,000 which has funded some much needed development in our hospice garden. A team from RRG, led by Tara Hamilton, worked tirelessly laying a path to our new greenhouse and got stuck in on various other tasks to make the garden better for our children and families. We simply couldn’t do without the help of supporters like RRG Huddersfield and thanks to them our garden is now a beautiful haven for the families that we care for”.
Tara Hamilton, RRG Marketing Coordinator, said: “We have supported the Forget Me Not Hospice in various ways over the years and it has been fantastic to be able to donate such a substantial amount, as well as our time to help complete the greenhouse project. We are pleased with the end result and are happy that families will be able to enjoy it for many years to come”.
RRG Huddersfield Toyota would like to extend a special thanks to team members Nicola Wardle, Hayley Barnett and George Cowen for the time and effort they have put into the build at Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.