Gardening charity Thrive has received a brand new shed, courtesy of its supporters.
The charity has received a Ludlow shed from The Posh Shed Company, which measures 4ft by 3ft and features a gothic style window. It is currently being used for storage but Thrive will soon move it to use as a sales kiosk at its open days. The shed was donated to the charity by one of its supporters.
Thrive is a leading charity in the UK using gardening to change the lives of disabled people. The charity uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. They achieve this by running gardening programmes for people through its centres in Berkshire, London, Birmingham and Gateshead.
Posh Shed Company chief executive Richard Frost said: “We do all we can at The Posh Shed Company to promote the benefits of getting out in the garden so are delighted that one of our sheds has been donated to Thrive. It is a fantastic charity doing some great work.”
The Ludlow Posh Shed will be on display at Thrive’s open days will take place at its Beech Hill garden in Berkshire on Thursday August 18 and Friday September 16.