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Ashford Housebuilder Donates To School Reflection Garden

Ashford housebuilder Barratt Homes helping pupils at The John Wesley Church of England & Methodist Voluntary Aided Primary School to turn over a new leaf this spring, thanks to a £250 donation to help cover the costs of restoring their outdoor reflection garden. The housebuilder, who is building new homes at its Chilmington Green development nearby, has helped to fund the purchase of plants and other outdoor essentials.

John Wesley Church of England & Methodist Voluntary Aided Primary School’s reflection garden is a major ongoing project spearheaded by the student council, and is due to complete this summer. With the landscaping now complete, Barratt Kent’s donation will allow the school to add the finishing touches to the project, going towards
purchasing essential items such as plants, a bench, a greenhouse, and filling the pond.

Natalie Perry, Sales and Marketing Director for Barratt Kent, commented: “With school budgets stretched at the moment, we are pleased to support The John Wesley Primary School’s reflection garden project, and we hope the children enjoy this newly created space. Access to peaceful outdoor space is essential to protecting one’s mental health and wellbeing, and we hope that the pupils enjoy taking a moment to sit and reflect on their day in their new garden.”

Jack Latter, Teacher at The John Wesley Primary School, commented: “We are extremely grateful to Barratt Kent for its donation, which will help us to complete this monumental project. The donation has allowed us to purchase an array of items ahead of completion, and we cannot wait to see the works complete. Having an outdoor space dedicated to wellbeing is absolutely crucial for young people, and we look forward to officially opening up in the summer.”

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