Young gar­den­ers need your votes for grant

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

Passed away peace­fully aged 88 on

Fri­day 8th May 2015. Dearly loved wife of the late John Bernard Charles Coker. She will be sadly missed by her daugh­ter and son, San­dra and Paul, son in law and daugh­ter in law, Paul and Sharon and her five grand­chil­dren. Her fu­neral ser­vice will be held on Wed­nes­day 3rd June at 11.00 am in Har­ling­ton Bap­tist Church fol­lowed by the com­mit­tal at Break­s­pear Cre­ma­to­rium at

12.45 pm. Dona­tions if de­sired to Age UK Hilling­don

or Hayes Cottage Nurs­ing Home. For fur­ther de­tails please con­tact H.C. Grim­stead, West Dray­ton.

01895-431000. The golden gate stood open One year ago to­day; With farewells left un­spo­ken Our dear one slipped away. He suf­fered much in si­lence, His spirit did not bend; He faced the pain with courage Un­til the very end.

Pupils from St He­len’s Col­lege Gar­den­ing Club have ap­plied for a £1,000 grant to cre­ate a gar­den for Sweet­croft Care Home PUPILS at an Uxbridge school are ap­peal­ing for votes from the public for fund­ing to cre­ate a gar­den at a nearby care home.

Year 4 and 5 chil­dren at St He­len’s Col­lege Gar­den­ing Club have ap­plied for a £1,000 grant from the Aviva Com­mu­nity Fund to de­sign and build a gar­den for Sweet­croft Care Home, in Sweet­croft Lane.

For more than a year, pupils from the school, in Park­way, have been pay­ing fort­nightly vis­its to the care home to per­form songs and take part in arts and crafts ac­tiv­i­ties with the res­i­dents.

Head­teacher Jill Cre­han said: “The re­la­tion­ship be­tween St He­len’s Col­lege and Sweet­croft Care Home is such a good ex­am­ple of a mu­tu­ally ben­e­fi­cial ar­range­ment be­tween two lo­cal in­sti­tu­tions.

“Our pupils gain valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence in their lo­cal com­mu­nity and re­ally en­joy speak­ing to the res­i­dents about their lives, as well as per­form­ing songs and ac­com­pa­ny­ing chore­og­ra­phy.

“The res­i­dents and care home staff tell us that they look for­ward to our vis­its and en­joy the in­jec­tion of youth and mu­sic that we bring.

“We hope so much that our com­mu­nity will sup­port us in this bid, as the new gar­den would be a won­der­ful ad­di­tion to this res­i­den­tial care home.”

To vote for the Gar­den Devel­op­ment for De­men­tia Home project – project num­ber 3060 – visit https:// com­mu­ cms/get-in­volved.


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