Prince of Wales Hospice Glasgow
From left to right: Jim Hunter and Paul Milligan
Scottish Water Volunteers Help at The Prince And Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow
Scottish Water employees helped carry out improvements at a sensory garden at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Carlton Place, Glasgow.
A team of 8 workers from Scottish Water’s Development Management team in the Customer Connections department carried out the voluntary work for the hospice.
The work in a small sensory garden for patients and carers included the rubbing down and varnishing of wooden benches and seats, painting of wooden posts and weeding, planting and tidying of the garden.
Sandra Anderson, Volunteer Services Co-ordinator at the hospice, said:
"We were delighted to get some help to improve the environment in the sensory garden at the hospice and we greatly appreciate Scottish Water’s assistance with this work."
Fiona Burley, Scottish Water’s volunteering programme co-ordinator, said: "We are delighted to have been able to work at the hospice and provide volunteers to carry out these very worthwhile tasks at such an important centre."