Memorial Garden Open for all

In March this year we officially opened our beautiful memorial garden.
A huge thanks for all those involved in making this happen. Service users, staff and volunteers have all worked incredibly hard to transform what was a patch of waste land at the front of Brindley House, into a lovely, safe, peaceful outdoor space for everyone to enjoy.

Special thanks to Mrs Jeavons, who helped us to open the garden on the day. The staff and service users at Summit Support wanted the garden to be in memory of Mrs Jeavsons daughter Sarah, a service user on the Bridge Hub project, who sadly passed away.

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