A group of young people from Corby has just finished giving a garden at a care home a new lease of life.
The 13 members of the Prince’s Trust 12-week personal development programme wanted to spend some time in the garden at Glenmoor House in Rockingham Road, Corby, as it needed a new lease of life.
They planned what they were going to do, and organised some fundraising to buy materials and equipment through Tresham College in Corby.
Once at the home, the team got rid of unsightly shrubs and weeds and planted bulbs.
Trudy Ancliffe runs the course in Corby. She said: “Team 20 worked really hard at Glenmoor to create an outdoor space for residents and visitors to utilise.
“It was an enjoyable few weeks, and we all hope the residents will benefit from all the hard work that has been put in.”
The Prince’s Trust works with 16 to 25-year-olds who are not in education, employment or training.