Enva takes root in the community

Enva takes root in the community

Enva was delighted to be able to offer some practical support to the St Vincent’s Hospice in Howwood, Renfrewshire recently. When Nancy Orr, Facilities Manager at St Vincent’s Hospice got in touch with us to see if we could help with their Community Garden project, we couldn’t have been happier to supply the 6 tonnes of compost they needed for such a worthwhile cause.

For more than 30 years, St Vincent’s Hospice has prided itself on being a charity at the heart of the community, providing palliative and end of life care for thousands of people who have been affected by life-limiting conditions. The Community Garden was created in 2015 from what had been a large and unused field. Thanks to the tireless efforts of supporters and volunteers, it has now been transformed into a beautiful space filled with plants and flowers. The Garden provides a calm and natural space for patients and their visitors to relax and enjoy.

George O’Malley, Divisional Operations Manager at Enva, commented:

“It was such a pleasure to work together with Nancy, Mark the Gardener and the rest of the team at St Vincent’s Hospice to further enhance this very picturesque spot which provides solace and comfort in difficult times to so many people in our community. We look forward to similar collaborations in the future.”