The team from CRiB was presented with a cheque for £300 from Wessex Water towards the cost of installing the water access and the tap at the War Memorial.
This will make it easier to keep the garden well-watered and fresh, especially throughout the period of tropical heat in July, without having to haul heavy watering cans and 2 litre bottles of water back and forth.
The presentation was made by Jody, a Technical Officer from Wessex Water. Photographs (other than these) were taken by Les Copeland, Photographer for the Western Gazette.
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