Alan Holland, TWIGS Service Manager (in the centre of the picture), received the donations from Rotary Club President Mike Helyer and Inner Wheel President Margaret Bracher at the TWIGS Garden Centre in Cheney Manor on 10th April.
Alan expressed his grateful thanks and said that the money will go towards the setting up of a new Dementia Gardening Group.
A few members from the two clubs came along as well to take the opportunity to look around the Community Gardens and to learn more about the wonderful work that TWIGS does in giving people with mental health problems a chance to regain confidence and self-esteem and to learn new skills.
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