The popular tyres recycling firm has stepped in to help a group of primary schools create their dream garden for the RHS Flower Show.
Dunweedin, which makes gardening products from 100 per cent recycled tyres, is helping the youngsters by donating rubber landscaping and playground chippings.
The Middlewich-based company has also pledged to help the budding landscape gardeners buy other materials and equipment they need.
The green-fingers youngsters are designing a nine-meter long garden for the RHS Flower Show which will be help at Tatton Park this July.
Dunweedin’s Bob Jones said: “We were extremely keen and excited to offer our to such a fantastic local community project.
“It allows us to build on the work we have done with schools previously both on a practical level for improving safety in play areas by using our products.
“It also allows us to educate children about the tyre journey, from being used on trucks to the recycling process and finally in use as Dunweedin’ products in garden designs.”
Katherine Clarkson, National Accounts