Sixteen members of staff from Aldermore’s Credit Risk team cleared an overgrown area of the Society’s grounds to transform it into an environment suitable for a sensory garden. The sensory garden will be installed in the future once the Society has raised sufficient funding.
Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society was established in 1953 by parents and carers of children who had cerebral palsy and associated disabilities. The society provides a wide range of activities and support for over 1000 adults and children with physical and/or learning disabilities and autistic spectrum conditions across the North West.
Clare Clark, Operational Lead at Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society, said, “We are really grateful to the Aldermore team for taking the time to help us clear the grounds. We can now start fundraising in the local community to secure the funds to build a sensory garden in the cleared space where our visitors will be able to relax and enjoy the revitalised outdoor space. Thanks to the Aldermore team we are now able to focus on this project.”
Matthew Smith, Risk Director, Mortgages at Aldermore, said, “It was a real pleasure to help the staff and visitors at Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society by opening up the space to allow a sensory garden to be installed. As a bank with offices in Manchester and Wilmslow, we’re always keen to lend a hand to good causes in the North West. The society does so much good work in the community and we hope that this area will be enjoyed by all in the future.”
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