Oak Trees Respite Service for adults with a learning difficulty received a fantastic boost recently, when they received a special donation of £220 as a contribution towards an ongoing garden makeover project at the scheme.
The cheque was presented to Kerrie Good, Director (Learning Difficulties) by Adele, chair of the Wymondham Flower Club and Jane Morgan, mother of James who uses our Respite Service, from proceeds of a Christmas event organised by Jane and her mother Doris.
The presentation formed part of a flower arranging event in Costessey where guests enjoyed live demonstrations, as well as an insight into the skills, knowledge and techniques needed in the art of flower arranging.
Kerrie said, “Everyone was really welcoming. I was both amazed and fascinated by the skills on show by the demonstrator, it really is at art form.” She added, “I am humbled by everyone’s generosity and would like to extend a huge thank you to Doris and Jane for their continuing support of the Oak Trees Respite and Support Living Services. Their contributions really do make a huge difference to everyone using our services and for that, we are truly grateful.”