21 August 2017
Staff and service users at Glenside Farnborough were delighted to have won two prizes for their submissions in the Rushmoor in Bloom competition this year.
They were awarded second place for their “Best Garden for Birds in the Wildlife Patch” category and a Silver Gilt medal for their “Most Unusual Planted Container”.
The Awards were presented to service user Lily Scott and staff Helena Sandeman and Zoe Travers by Mayor Diane Bedford and Ecological Officer, Paul Howe.
Glenside Farnborough is a residential slow stream rehabilitation service which offers individual living and support options for adults with long-term neurological conditions, traumatic or acquired brain injury or other neurological disorders.
Helena Sandeman said “It was a real team effort between staff and service users, made possible by the generous donation of the chest of drawers which was the unusual planter container.”