The work of a leading Scottish care service to brighten up the lives of elderly residents has earned coverage in and influential care-releated magazine.
It is set in the heart of an estate dating back to the 17th century, known to have a been a favourit haunt of Queen Victoria.
Earlier this year Professor Skene unveiled his ambitious plans to create a “Rainbow Garden” – which will feature all the colours of the rainbot in flowers and foliage, during all four seasons of the years.
Thousand of new plants were added to the creation, with work led by multi-award winning gardener Billy Carruthers of Binny Plants.
Now the hard work has been rewarded by featuring on the front cover of Care News, the quarterly magazine produced by Scotland’s care watchdog, the Care Commission.
To download Care News, simply visit the Care News section of Care Commission website, where the current and previous issues can be viewed.
Public relations experts from Holyrood PR, PR in Edinburgh, provided the media support for the launch of the rainbow garden, earning widespread coverage.