Bristol-based Stirling Dynamics has donated IT equipment to local volunteer programme Redcatch Community Garden. The equipment will be used to provide training for its volunteers. Stirling’s IT Manager, Jake Bloomfield, was approached by the programme’s volunteers earlier in the year and was delighted to get involved: “The programme’s amazing volunteers have turned a disused bowling green into a vibrant new garden that can be enjoyed by the whole community. We hope that the equipment donated will help them continue their great work”.
The community garden was officially launched in September 2017 and aims to provide ‘space for the whole community to come together and learn about growing fresh, healthy food, while providing produce for the project’s shop and café.’
Janet Perry from Redcatch commented: “The IT equipment donation from Stirling Dynamics will enable us to provide more engaging and effective training. The charity provides a range of hands-on learning and training classes for people of all ages and backgrounds, including horticulture, food preparation and lots more. I’d like to thank Jake and Stirling Dynamics for the kind donation!”
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