Can you help a garden grow for Mylee?

I have a very important appeal for help here from Tracey Taundry, mother of Mylee who tragically died last year – St, James Primary School in the heart of Brownhills is the site of a beautiful garden as a tribute which is currently being created by volunteers and community support.

Tracey would particularly like to thank the community crew from One Stop on the Pelsall Road who helped so far, and appeal for plants and material and any help the community can offer for this wonderfully positive project.

Tracey wrote:

Huge thank you to the One Stop team for their hard work today (Friday, 12th April 2019) on Mylees garden!

If there’s anyone that can offer any help or materials for this project we would be truly grateful.

The plan is to make a garden at St. James Primary School where my daughter was a pupil – the garden will be used by all the children at St James as a place of calm and a place to work.

Mylee was a fun loving, bright, beautiful child who always had a smile on her face the garden will reflect that and will be a positive place for the children to try to take away the negative way she died, instead remembering Mylee as bright and beautiful.

So if you think you can help in anyway please get in touch with myself or St James School we’re in need of

  •  plants
  • outdoor paint
  • wind chimes
  • bird houses
  • bamboo screens
  • wood for raised flower beds etc.

A massive thank you to anyone that has donated, helped and for all your kind donations over the past year.

Thanks for reading!

If you can offer any help, please do: You can contact Tracey via Facebook here, or you can comment here on this post, grab me on social media or mail me on BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com.

It’s wonderful to see something positive come out of such an awful event and I’d like to thank Tracey for this lovely idea. As ever, my thoughts are with the Taundry family and my best wishes go out to them.


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