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Solicitors take on Sunflower Challenge
Local solicitors firm, Boys & Maughan have pledged to support Strode Park Foundation this summer by taking part in its Sunflower Growing Competition.
Boys & Maughan, who have offices in Birchington, Broadstairs, Canterbury, Canterbury, Margate and Ramsgate, have more than 50 staff members who are rising to the challenge in a bid to grow the tallest sunflower and win the accolade of ‘Top Grower’. They are also hoping to brighten up some of the outside space at their offices.
Marketing Manager at Boys & Maughan, Ian Priston, said: “Boys & Maughan is delighted to be joining in with the Sunflower Competition and can’t wait to see how it goes. We have been identifying spots in our office gardens where there is plenty of sun and 50 of our staff will be planting seeds at home. Some colleagues are predicting that their sunflowers could grow over six feet tall. Others have told me about how they are looking forward to involving their children as a fun way of getting them into gardening.”
Strode Park’s Director of Fundraising and Communications, Karen Jeal, added: “We’re thrilled to be working with Boys & Maughan on this fundraiser and can’t wait to see the final results.”
Strode Park Foundation is asking for donations in return for a set of seeds and a specially designed growing pack. If you’re a business or individual and you’d like to get involved get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up today!