Members of a car enthusiast group are swapping their spanners for spades to revamp a run-down garden belonging to a sensory centre for children and young adults with disabilities.
A small group from Garstang and Preston Motor Club worked over the grounds at The Space Centre, in Preston, and are now looking for businesses to adopt a border.
Group member Dave Nolan said: “When we visited The Space Centre we were shown around the grade two listed garden and noticed the large boarder area was unplanted and looking very sad and dull.
“We came up with a plan of asking local businesses to adopt a border to make a bright space.
“I’m just starting the process of visiting businesses to try and persuade them to join in. We have three borders now spoken for.
“We are looking for local businesses to help fill the remaining beds. If anyone is interested get in touch via by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.”
For a previous story on teh group's fund-raising for The Space Centre click here /garstang-and-preston-motor-club-raises-funds-for-preston-space-centre-1-8622385