Seeking Resilience garden rehomed at Place2Be partner school

On 19th July, a group of children and teachers from a school where Barratt Developments will be donating a garden visited the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.

The Barratt Foundation welcomed a group from St. Luke’s CE Primary School in Salford, a school in the Place2Be network, which the Foundation support as one of it’s national charities.

Seeking Resilience, a garden designed by Camellia Hayes, will be rehomed to the school through the Barratt Foundation.

David Thomas, CEO of Barratt Developments, said: “By donating this garden, we’re helping to bring these important messages to more people, including the school children, teachers and the wider community in Salford where the garden will continue to grow after the show at Tatton Park.”

Catherine Roche, CEO of Place2Be said “Place2Be is so delighted to benefit from the Barratt Foundation’s generous support and to see the Seeking Resilience garden rehomed at St Luke’s CE Primary School to benefit the whole school community.”