A developer donation has given a boost to Littleham’s floral displays, paying for new planters for the village.
Plumb Park developer Taylor Wimpey presented Exmouth’s Littleham in Bloom volunteers with £690 in a bid to show its commitment to the area.
The Littleham volunteers thanked the developer for the ‘absolutely fantastic’ donation.
Robin Rule, of Littleham in Bloom, said: “We’re so grateful to Taylor Wimpey for this generous donation.
“The work that we do at Littleham in Bloom depends largely on fundraising and kind donations such as this one, so to be offered the opportunity to purchase some new planters is absolutely fantastic.
“We’ve been really excited to see the displays looking glorious and now that summer’s here, we certainly haven’t been disappointed.”
The developer said groups such as Littleham in Bloom were pivotal to communities because volunteers improved the area and brought school children and residents together to get involved.
Melissa Langton, Taylor Wimpey Exeter spokeswoman, said: “We’re always keen to support local causes and show our commitment to the communities in which we build.
“Groups such as Littleham in Bloom are at the heart of village communities, so to be able to make a contribution to the hard work they do is an absolute pleasure.”