New life breathed into busy roundabout - thanks to housebuilder
PUBLISHED: 17:37 12 September 2018
Angela Sharpe Photography 2018
Gardeners undertook a full range of services, including giving it a well-needed pruning and shaping some of the overgrown shrubs, plus planting a wide variety of shrubs, sowing grass and redefining shrub boundaries.
The work was carried out at the roundabout in High Road, Trimley St Martin, outside Taylor Wimpey East Anglia’s Cavendish Grove development.
Taylor Wimpey paid for the gardening work.
Yvonne Smart, Trimley St Martin Parish Council chair, said: “The parish council has responsibility for the planting on the roundabout, and it was important to us to get it back to looking its best.
“Taylor Wimpey were so helpful and played such a major part of the roundabout revitalisation.
“The very dry weather we have had lately has been fantastic and the new shrubs are doing well. On behalf of everyone in the parish council, I’d like to say a huge thank you to Taylor Wimpey for their support.”
Caroline Carter, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey East Anglia, said: “We’re committed to making positive contributions in the communities in which build and we were delighted to provide support to Trimley St Martin Parish Council to help revitalise the roundabout outside our Cavendish Grove development.”
The revitalisation of Trimley St Martin roundabout is just one of the contributions Taylor Wimpey East Anglia has made to communities in which it builds new homes.
For more information on the charities and causes that Taylor Wimpey supports, please the company’s website.