Care provider digs deep to benefit garden projects
Tuesday, June 9th, 2015
on behalf of Bield Housing And Care
EDINBURGH PR AGENCY GAINS INDUSTRY COVERAGE FOR BIELD’S GREEN FINGER PROJECT
Yet another round of great coverage for Bield this month as Scotland’s leading housing and care provider encourages tenants to get their garden’s growing this summer.
‘Grow Wild’ is the UK’s biggest ever wild flower campaign, funded by the National Lottery and promoted by Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, has recently been implemented by Bield into it’s housing developments to encourage tenants to get out and garden this summer.
Scottish Housing News, the daily online newsletter for Scotland’s social and affordable housing sector picked up the story, publishing it to over 3000 readers.
The project also made the headlines on the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations website, which leads, represents and support Scotland’s housing associations.
Bield purchased 20 of the seed kits and distributed them across across their developments to encourage tenants to spend more time outdoors.
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