VPRA In Bloom

Parkview Care Home Summer 2007

After the hard work put in weeding and sorting the overgrown parts out the garden is now looking good.

Staff and residents can now sit out in a nice flowered garden.

The only work we need do at the moment is an odd hour a week weeding and watering.



The residents at Parkview have asked me to write and thank the Village Park Residents Association for all the hard work and effort you have put into improving our gardens.

The difference is amazing and we now have a much more pleasant and cheerful outlook, which is appreciated by all and commented upon by many. Our residents are now enjoying the gardens whenever possible, which hasn’t been too often over the last few weeks due to the terrible weather, although we did enjoy a BBQ last weekend; and managed to ensure that everything was adequately charred before the heavens opened at around 12.30!

On a positive note all our lovely new plants seem to be thriving in the wet, although if it continues we may need to invest in a couple of Machetes!

Once again, thank you all for your hard work.

Adam Underwood

Manager , Parkview ECP (on behalf of the residents at Parkview)

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