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Liverpool students receive gardening equipment boost

Liverpool students receive gardening equipment boost

Students at Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School for Boys have received a welcome donation from the construction workers building their new school in Liverpool.

Morgan Sindall, which is currently replacing high school buildings and sixth form facilities at Cardinal Heenan and Broughton Hall High School for Girls, both in West Derby, donated gardening equipment as well as hard hats and clothing to help students working on their allotment.

“We are delighted to be able to help students at Cardinal Heenan with their allotment project through this donation,” says Peter Durkin, Morgan Sindall senior project manager. “We presented the school with a host of equipment including spades, forks and hammers.

“As a local company, we pride ourselves on supporting our neighbouring communities while creating first-class environments for people to work and live in. We are thrilled to see young people taking an active interest in outdoor learning.”

Morgan Sindall, which has offices at Enterprise Way, Liverpool, is building new teaching blocks as part of Liverpool City Council’s Wave Two Building Schools for the Future scheme. In addition, the project team is creating a shared sixth form facility, which forms a bridge between the new schools, linking up the entire education complex. The project is due to be completed in September 2012.