This project is now complete – thank you to everyone for the support!
Another beautiful day at Stubbylee Community Greenhouses, Bacup for the Build & Grow project where more garden planters are in the making. Today the group demonstrated their skills at measuring and cutting timber followed by sanding and smoothing the wood ready for construction. Demonstrating safe practice Personal Protective clothing (PPE) was worn when applying the wood preserve. http://stubbyleecg.org/ http:
The sun was shining today at Stubbylee Community Greenhouses and the Build & Grow project is moving on nicely. The group have made good progress in their first AQA unit award of Constructing wooden garden planters. The planters are almost finished and the wood is being treated. Don’t they look great? The next stage in the project is to fill the planters with soil and prepare them for planting. The project is funded by a Social Prescribing grant from the NHS East Lancashire Clinical Commission Group and administered by Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Council for Voluntary Service. The AQA Unit Award Scheme is administered by Young Lancashire
Supported by Proffitts, Stubbylee Community Greenhouses began the first stage of the ‘Build & Grow’ project this week which is funded by a Social Prescribing grant from the NHS East Lancashire Clinical Commission Group and administered by Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Council for Voluntary Service. When the three stage project is completed each person who has taken part will be awarded AQA certificates in constructing wooden garden planters, preparing the soil for planting, planting and maintenance. The AQA Unit Award Scheme, administered by Young Lancashire, is a ‘can do’ accreditation scheme for recognising learning and success and all age groups can participate.