Joan Jump, who lives at Windmill House, mentioned the idea of growing her own vegetables to housing team manager, Kevin Short, during a recent chip pan amnesty event.
The team at Regenda, in partnership with Liverpool based BNENC, have now built two planters in the communal gardens and provided some gardening advice to help get Joan and her fellow residents started.
Kevin Short said: “We always try to help residents with any requests they may have, including new hobbies.
“Growing vegetables is a great social activity and will have numerous benefits for residents at Windmill House.
“The team have been promised any left overs for their Sunday roasts.”
"Growing vegetables is a great social activity and will have numerous benefits for residents at Windmill House"
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