Chapter staff and volunteens to enjoy new garden thanks to Griffiths Civil Engineering and Construction Company
Posted on: 28 Aug 2018
The staff and volunteers of Chapter get to enjoy a lovely new garden thanks to the in kind support of Griffiths Civil Engineering and Construction company.
What began as an off the cuff conversation has developed into an invaluable relationship; Griffiths staff spent 3 days regenerating a disused garden turning it into a welcoming break out space for over 200 staff and volunteers.
Terry Davies of Griffiths Civil Engineering and Construction said:
“Griffiths Construction will always try and help the community as a thank you for any disruption or inconvenience we may have caused. Chapter Arts is a beacon of light within the Canton community and when we found out the inner garden was in need of some refurbishment, it was a pleasure for Griffiths staff to help. Many volunteers and staff use the garden and now it is spruced up, we hope even more pleasure will be experienced”
Opportunities like this don’t always come around often for Chapter and as a registered charity in kind support such as that from Griffiths is always extremely welcomed and appreciated.
Chapter’s Manager of Operations and Facilities Myles Leadbeatter commented:
“The miraculous transformation of our garden is a massive boon for all the staff, volunteers and tenants at Chapter. It will get a huge amount of use and we have already begun excited discussion with Canton Community Gardens as to what we can plant in the new beds to make the space a real haven for our bees. I cannot thank everyone at Griffiths enough for their incredibly kind gesture and the hard work of the guys who've been on site early in the morning all week.”