Burton community garden prepares to reveal £10,000 makeover thanks to 5p plastic bag charge

Burton community garden prepares to reveal £10,000 makeover thanks to 5p plastic bag charge
 

A charity project which transformed a neglected garden in Burton into a quiet community area will open its doors for the first time next week.
The Muddy Boots Community Project took on the challenge of turning an area full of rubbish behind the Mind mental health charity's office in Branston Road into a community garden complete with a huge greenhouse.
Muddy Boots secured a £10,000 grant from Tesco's Bags of Help Initiative which uses the 5p levy from plastic bags, and the completed project will be unveiled at a special open day on Thursday, October 27.
Rita Broomfield, 69, secretary of... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 37
Source: Burton Mail
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