Residents at Alderton Heights have praised the work carried out by offenders working on a Community Payback on re-stocking the estate’s planters and hayracks.
Unpaid work supervisor Jane Ibbotson and the service users on community payback were praised by resident’s spokesperson Heather Muir.
Heather said: “I would like to send our huge thanks to Jane and probation lads. They did an awesome job restocking our huge planters and hayracks. Nothing was any trouble they all worked really hard with such enthusiasm and left no mess.
“Now, with all their loving care Alderton Heights will look great with all the new plants. I must say it was a pleasure to meet your service users.”