The Greenery Nursery is currently raising money to make this a reality. The team at South helped to kick-started the transformation by donating a shed for the nursery to store the outdoor play equipment and it is hoped business in the local area follow in suit.
Susan Whiting, marketing manager commented: “It’s important to support the local community, especially the institutions who guide and educate the new generation. It’s the young ones who will make the difference in the future and continue Swanmore’s reputation as an excellent place to live.
“We’re really pleased to support both Swanmore Primary School and Greenery Nursery. We hope we can help to make a difference and encourage others to get involved too.”
Swanmore Primary School is a friendly, village school that strives to provide opportunities for pupils to learn and encourage them to achieve. The school is currently raising funds to renovate two Victoria classrooms on site, which Linden Homes is supporting.
Hannah Wallace from The Greenery Nursery said: “The nursery has been running for 24 years and we are always striving to do the best for the children in our care so when the opportunity came to move to somewhere with a bigger garden, we had to go for it.”
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