The Community comes together at Brandwood End Cemetery

Heritage Hedge Laying at Brandwood End Cemetery

The sun shone in Brandwood End Cemetery as¬†children from St Alban’s RC Primary school set about the daunting task of planting 250 hawthorn bushes to replace a failing beech hedge surrounding The Civilian Garden of Remembrance.

The preparation work had been undertaken by the Bio diversity Champions from Quadron Services in the previous week and they returned to help the children with their digging.  Councillor Mike Leddy, parents and members of the FBEC committee helped with the supervision of the children and this was all watched over by Dean Paul, a member of the Ground staff team for Bereavement Services, who undertook much of the work himself.

The Bio diversity Champions, led by Nicola Clarke of Quadron Services, undertake many community projects on a voluntary basis throughout the city and enjoyed working with the children in Brandwood End Cemetery.

This whole event was funded by the National Lottery through Big Lottery Fund and organised by FBEC.

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One Response to The Community comes together at Brandwood End Cemetery

  1. Sarah Courbet says:

    What a fantastic job – I only wish I could have been there! Well done to all those involved.

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