Johnson & Johnson spruce-up Hatch Ride Primary
November 13, 2012
A courtyard at a primary school is ready for autumn planting thanks to the hard work of staff from a pharmaceutical company.
Employees from Johnson & Johnson in Crowthorne visited Hatch Ride Primary School to restore the courtyard.
They removed an old shed and installed a replacement, jet-washed paths and repaired a fence to prepare the area for autumn vegetables and shrubs, on Monday, October 22.
Helen Osmond, deputy headteacher at the school in Hatch Ride, said: “They stripped it back to basics for us as although we have a gardening club, it was too much work for the children. Now we have the opportunity to get out and plant and enjoy the courtyard.”