A potato supplier build shelter and has helped to improve a primary school’s outdoor area.
Branston Ltd donated a new playground shelter for children and parents to use at Digby Church of England School.
The company, based near the village of Branston, also brought together a group of ten volunteers to work on a wildlife garden.
The team spent a day helping to extend and rejuvenate the area with £250 worth of extra plants and seeds.
Tree stumps were donated by Lincolnshire Tree Services and building company John Martin-Hoyes helped prepare the ground for a new wildflower meadow.
Teachers approached the firm after the school’s shelter became dilapidated.
But after learning of plans to improve the land further, Branston offered additional help.
Head teacher Graham Boyall said: “We initially approached Branston to help us to repair our shelter which had become run down.
“We we are delighted when Branston suggested they could replace it entirely.
“We are really grateful for the effort that everyone went to.”
Simon Telfer, HR and logistics director at Branston, said: “When Digby School approached us about helping to fix their playground shelter, we were more than happy to oblige.
“Once we’d taken a look at it, however, we decided that it was beyond repair so it made more sense to build shelter.
“It’s something that the children and their parents get a lot of use out of and we felt it was a good investment.”