DMH Stallard get their gardening gloves on

10 Nov 2021

On Tuesday 2 November, a team from DMH Stallard’s Guildford office spent the day with Cherry Trees, a children’s charity who provide specialist short-break respite visits for children and young adults with a range of complex disabilities, clearing their garden area to prepare it for the installation of a new garden site.
Debbie Boulter, Community and Events Lead at Cherry Trees, says:
“A huge thank you to the team at DMH Stallard for an amazing effort assisting Cherry Trees for a huge clear up in preparation for a garden transformation for our children and young people to have fun in.
Volunteering is the most amazing resource at Cherry Trees as we are just a small fundraising team and to have assistance from our community is invaluable. The assistance from the team has saved us valuable time and having to pay contractors to do this work. Thank you all for your continued support.”
The team weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty as they spent the day clearing a storage area of rubbish, cleaning furniture, raking leaves and much more besides. The garden area is due to be installed in the next week or so and we are pleased that our efforts have allowed this installation to remain on track.
Well done Lawrence Morley, Lucienne Westbrook, James Picknell, Cathy Searle and Alex Dawson!  

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