School pupils get hands with Greener Gardens project

Date: Friday 23 June 2017

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School pupils get hands with Greener Gardens project 

As part of our continued commitment to the Greener Gardens project, we have teamed up with Abertay University and Global Professional Services Consultant WSP in Scotland, to offer a learning package aimed at Primary 5 children to highlight rain gardens, sustainable drainage and the environment.  

Pupils from Holytown Primary School in Holytown, North Lanarkshire, are the first to benefit from the educational resources with a series of classroom talks and discussions, interactive activities and local show and tell visits in the local community to learn more about the concept of Greener Gardens.  

The children’s’ day included a visit to our Torrance Park development in Holytown to see the Torrance Water project features in-situ which includes a natural rain garden, a raised rain garden, water butts and a suds-in-box, as well as a visit to the Ravenscraig BRE site.

There’s a stunning selection of four and five bedroom homes currently on sale at Torrance Park