Hampshire company help out Fareham children's charity

A HIGHWAYS maintenance company has laid a pathway for a children's charity

Friday, 6th January 2017, 6:00 am
Updated Monday, 9th January 2017, 1:03 pm

Amey, which provides highways maintenance services across Hampshire, has supported the Rainbow Centre by laying a pathway in its wild garden.

The Rainbow Centre inspires and supports children with cerebral palsy and adults with multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, or who are recovering from a stroke.

It also provides support for their families through an education programme and other support services.

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Lucy Rumming, from the Rainbow Centre said, ‘We are delighted that Amey has helped us out by re-tarmacking our wild garden path. It means that after over a year of it being inaccessible, our children can now enjoy the garden while learning about wild life and plants.

Amey employee Paul Coombes said: ‘It was a pleasure to help improve the facilities at the centre.

‘We had a great day and hopefully made life easier for the children.’