On Thursday 7th July Garsons at Titchfield had the privilege of attending the Wicor Primary School coastal garden opening. Vincent Mount from Portsmouth City Council, who has played a big part in helping the Year 5 pupils bring their coastal garden together, had the honour of cutting the ribbon and declaring the gardens open. As a way of a thank you Vincent was presented with flowers, champaign and a card from the pupils and teachers. Those present were then treated to a delicious fish ‘n’ chip lunch on the beach!
The main feature of the garden is the boardwalk made from pallets which Garsons kindly donated to the school. The children have spent hours planning, designing and constructing the area which was once a very uninspiring plot of land. The transformation is amazing and seeing the children’s involvement from start to finish has been truly inspiring to see.
Garsons is very proud to be supporting Wicor Primary School!