Ashgrove planters

It was great that Robertson reached out to provide this support and interactive activity for our children. The children thoroughly enjoyed their time, and we would welcome Robertson back at any time.

Practice Manager Cheryl Elrick

The Causewayend Apartments team used surplus materials from the Albyn School project and had our joiners make plant pots for the local community. The first batch was taken to Ashgrove Children’s Centre, where 11 of the nursery children had fun planting them up with Senior Project Manager Mark Straker. 

 

 

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