Rotary Care Garden Progress

We've now (thanks to Peter E and Sean Fitzpatrick) made inroads to stage 2 of the Rotary Garden project, and we've celebrated the end of stage 1 on with a lunch with Cllr Rick Baberowski, and Youth Justice,  Child Services and IFYS.
Also, behind the scenes, the Buderim mens shed, led by John Winstanley, have been putting together the raised garden beds and the furniture that will decorate the garden for the kids and carers. 
We're also submitting plans to Council for a large deck and cubby house at the bottom of the garden, and then we can get on with the final stages of planting out the garden and completing the "make over".
The team is being led by Project manager Peter Eggleton, with the start of earthworks for the ball play area in the care garden home, and the donation of a cubby house and materials for the garden furniture. 
Also the Buderim mens shed have generously agreed to make up the furniture and our Errol has been in close contact with Ironbark Timbers who have been exceptionally generous with their support and supply of wood. 
So with the assistance of Geoff and Roger of Mooloolaba, a large quantity of timber for the garden project, donated by Ironbark Timber, was delivered to the Buderim Men’s Shed during the month, and the Geoff and Roger then loaded the “Cubbyhouse” and delivered it to the project site in Landsborough. A job well done.
A working bee is likely to be held early in the year, to get our hands dirty with some planting and landscaping.