Garden revamp by blooming great team

Young people have helped create an amazing garden for disabled people at Rosefern
Young people have helped create an amazing garden for disabled people at Rosefern

A garden for disabled people in Scarborough was given a makeover thanks to a group of young people.

Volunteers from Flying Futures spent a week volunteering at Rosefern, a residential support home run by Autism Plus.

Emma Whiteside, manager of Rosefern said “Everyone at Rosefern is truly delighted with the result after the garden makeover.

“The young people from Flying Futures were so eager to make a difference, which they certainly did.”