Friday, 24 August 2012
The tools are publicly donated and then restored by detainees to be re-distributed to community use.
This was the first handover of tools in Lincolnshire though the same scheme has been running in London for the last 5 years.
This is a clip from the press release
“With more and more schools and community groups ‘growing their own’ there is great demand for garden tools and rarely any budget” says Conservation Foundation Director David Shreeve. “A recycling project that helps to equip the next generation of gardeners, reduces waste and provides practical skills for detainees, seems the ideal solution”
If you know of a community group or school that would benefit from the scheme then please contact the Conservation Foundation email@example.com