New path for Paradise Garden at Ryton Organic Gardens

Paradise Garden at Ryton Organic Gardens

Visitors to Ryton Organic Gardens this bank holiday weekend will be amongst the first to tread the newly laid path in the Geoff Hamilton Paradise Garden, which was kindly donated and installed by Sureset.

Jane Eite, Ryton Organic Gardens Manager says: “I approached SureSet after looking at the accessibility issues we’d been having with the previous footpath. We had the option of removing the concrete sleepers and then laying a hoggin path but that would have been difficult to maintain and we have to top up the paths on a regular basis.

Jane continues: “I’ve used Sureset before in garden design in the past, so I knew what a fantastic permeable surface it is, which would solve both the issues of accessibility to the garden and the level of maintenance required. I contacted Sureset and was delighted when they offered to donate and install the new path for us.”

Yvonne Philp - Senior Marketing Coordinator SureSet said “We have a great interest in sustainability and the environment and are committed to supporting charities that are close to the hearts of our staff, suppliers and customers. We were pleased to be able to install the resin bound footpath to the charity.”

Why not come and see the path and learn lots more about organic gardening by visiting Ryton Organic Gardens this weekend? Opening times, prices and much more here.

Friday, 27 May 2016