£10,000 grant to fund new wildlife and sensory garden for children

Monday 27th March 2017 9:10 am
Pictured are: Cllr Ray Quant; Micheala Jones with Harper Leigh; Rachel Swift with Isla-Rose Miller; Kay Maguire with Elena-May Moody; Gemma Bell with Osian Williams; Rona Dalton; Jo Maddarn with Barnaby Maddarn; Kate Doubleday, Bro Ddyfi Community Garden; Hannah Abbott, outreach worker; Ben Freeman, family support worker; Wendy Tristham with Leonardo Corbisiero; and Helen Williams, Borth Family Centre co-ordinator 17DPJ23MAR17

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MEMBERS of Borth Family Centre have buried a time capsule to celebrate winning a £10,000 grant.

The family centre will now transform the area next to the Family Centre into a ‘wildlife and sensory garden’ for children.

Tesco teamed up with community charity Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help initiative, which sees grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 — all raised from the 5p bag levy — being awarded to environmental and green space projects.

Over 8,000,000 votes were cast across the UK, and Borth Family Centre, on Clarach Road, has celebrated its win by burying a time capsule along with two trees donated by the Woodland Trust.

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