Monks’ Dyke students help at Louth Youth Centre garden

Garden help
Garden help

Dedicated Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College students volunteered to help create a community garden at Louth Youth Centre in Park Avenue with the 13+ Project.

They got stuck in and helped to build raised beds for the garden.

Local businesses Jewsons, Bostock Scaffolding, Louth Building Supplies, D C Arborists, Riddels Skip Hire and James Pocklington were thanked for their support.

In the picture are students Shona Hensby, Eloise Jacobs and Kayley Chatterton with helpers.