The Ripple Effect

Our client Mary and Joseph House wins top prize at the 2013 Tatton Flower Show

Their Gold Award and Best of Show accolade was for their entry for a Flowerbed created by staff and residents called the’ Ripple Effect’. Mary and Joseph House, is a highly rated registered care home for men with alcohol dependency which has been serving the Manchester area for over 40 years.

Therapeutic gardener, Ian Davies led the project with the help of fifteen residents and volunteers with the support of Manchester City Council.

The flowerbed featured a nest of mosaic eggs, created by the residents, symbolising their new beginnings with blue, silver and white flowers to represent a ripple effect of water radiating from the nest to demonstrate their path to recovery

If you would like to see the award winning display go along to the Cathedral Yard in Manchester City Centre. as part of the Dig the City urban gardening festival. which runs from August 3-11

Well done from all at A&C Chartered Accountants

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