The working bee at Rosehill School took place on Saturday 18th July, six weeks after originally planned due to the Covid-19 Lockdowns. Alas it was testament to all involved that this minor delay didn’t affect another epic day taking place. This build was special, as for the first time we built and delivered specially designed raised beds to allow for wheelchair access. A BIG thank you to Matt Lee for designing and building these two raised beds, which enabled all kids at the school the ability to enjoy the new school garden. Due to the special needs of the students, the garden had to be designed to allow greater access and ensure there were differing heights of raised beds. A ramp was even installed to allow easy access to the tunnelhouse. Due to the passionate volunteers, we able to plant fruit trees all around the school. Any thanks to the Stevenson Foundation for fully funding this build.