Weston General Hospital gardens tidied by volunteers

Volunteers at Lloyds Banking Group carrying out the work at Weston General Hospital.

Volunteers at Lloyds Banking Group carrying out the work at Weston General Hospital. - Credit: Sub

The gardens and courtyard area at Weston General Hospital have been transformed, thanks to some green-fingered volunteers.

A group from Lloyds Banking Group spent time weeding and pruning at the hospital in Weston-super-Mare.

It was the idea of Jo Newey, who works at Lloyds but is also chairman of Weston’s Sunshine Hospital Radio.

Sheridan Flavin, director of human resources at the hospital, said: “The volunteers worked extremely hard and our gardens and courtyard have been transformed into a tidier, more welcoming space for the hospital’s staff, patients and visitors.

“Enhancing our outside spaces makes a real difference to the experience people have at our hospital and the changes will have an immediate impact.”


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