The Hawbush Community Gardens in Brierley Hill, West Midlands should be a fresh and welcoming place
for local residents to enjoy, but they had been sadly neglected in recent years.
Our Lockside Walk
development is just a short walk away from Hawbush Community Gardens, so we contributed £500 to help bring the gardens back to their former glory.
The donation will help provide a large
greenhouse, polytunnels and allotment spaces for locals to enjoy. Hawbush Community Gardens is maintained by residents
from the surrounding area with the help of environmental
regeneration charity Groundwork West Midlands.
Hawbush Community Gardens committee member, Carole
Barratt, says: “It’s fantastic to have support from a local
business to help improve this garden, which has so much
potential, but has sadly become overgrown and neglected
in recent years.
“Work has already begun on the project, and we would
like to thank Taylor Wimpey for their generous donation
to help make these improvements possible.”
A place for everyone to enjoy
Anne Wallace, our Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor
Wimpey Midlands, says: “As a local housebuilder, we
are delighted to be able to help Hawbush Community
Gardens become a beautiful place that everyone can enjoy.
“The project’s revitalisation of this garden is a fantastic
idea that will benefit so many local residents, and we are
more than happy to be donating to this worthy cause.”
The team behind Hawbush Community Gardens are
planning to work with a local mental health charity, to
help those suffering from depression to grow plants and
vegetables, while there are also plans to run gardening