Date: Thursday 04 July 2019
As part of our national ‘Proud’ campaign and to help increase biodiversity in the local area, we donated a number of daffodil bulbs to Rednal Hill Infant School along with gardening equipment to allow pupils to create a new floral focal point.
In November last year, two of our representatives were joined by the little growers at Rednal Hill Infant School to plant the bulbs using trowels and gloves which were donated by us.
Angie Prince, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey West Midlands, said: “We are proud to show our commitment and pride to leaving a lasting legacy within the communities in which we build our new homes. It’s great to see the children from Rednal Hill Infant School getting involved in activities like this which they can be reminded of in years to come when the daffodils are in bloom.”
Anna Pendleton, Headteacher at Rednal Hill Infant School, said: “It’s great that our pupils enjoyed the daffodil display which surrounds the school’s main playground. We’ve had lots of lovely compliments from parents and we know that children will look forward to seeing the plants in bloom again next year.”