Keady Men's Shed join in school garden project

Richard Burden


Richard Burden


THE  Men’s Shed in Keady joined forces with P6 pupils from St Francis of Assisi Primary School to take part in an Intergenerational Gardening Project. 

The Men’s Shed built new wooden planters for around the school and together with the children planted some seasonal flowers, which have helped brighten up the area. 

This was an ideal opportunity for both younger and older generations to come together to engage, learn new skills and make new friendships.

This project was supported and funded by Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon PCSP and Promoting Well Being Division of the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.

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