THE WORKING PROGRESS OF OUR PROJECT
Our volunteers and the Lloyds team worked hard demolishing the old porta cabin.
We relied on the generosity of volunteers and local businesses.
Harlow's Timber has been generous throughout, offering substantial discounts on materials and labor costs.
The new improved porta cabin will be watertight and accessible.
The new space will provide an area for children to eat their lunch, complete activities and have quiet time if needed.
Our volunteers have been working hard to encourage votes and to get the facilities in place.
Lloyds Managers from the Midlands branches used their ' Day to Make a Difference' on the project!
The Managers worked hard painting, fixing and cleaning!
We had lots of fun along the way!
With a kind donation of £300 towards materials from Lloyds and a lot of hard work the project has come a long way in a short time!
We have now won the Lloyds Community Fund 2014 in the amount of £3,000!!!
Lloyds Bank volunteers help to clear out the field for The Sensory Garden to be put in place!
The Managers get hard at work starting the seating area!
Just a few more bits to do!
Time to relax....
We are now well underway with the installation of our fully accessible disabled toilet!
The brick work is completed!!
We are now waiting for the toilet and sink to be fitted.
A HUGE thank you to David Wilson Homes for thier Golf Charity Day in aid of The Phoenix Children's Foundation!
We are incredibly grateful for the amazing £3,900 raised - thank you