Two members of staff from Ring Stones recently took part in a community clean up at Taywood Nursery, located close the Tay Street development which Ring Stones are currently working on to create 42 affordable homes.
Site Manager, Chris Goss, and Assistant Site Manager, Ryan Lockwood, volunteered their free time to take part in Taywood Tidy Up Day at Taywood Nursery School on Saturday 15th May.
The aim was to help clean up the outside area, including trimming overgrown bushes, litter picking, cleaning signage, painting, assembling a new ‘forest cabin’ and carrying out general minor repairs.
The children have been taking a keen interest in the work that Ring Stones has been carrying out on the nearby Tay Street development. The nursery children recently donned their own hi-vis vests to watch the cranes and other equipment through the safety of the site fencing as Ring Stones carried out their tasks.
Ring Stones also provided various leftover construction materials that can be up-cycled and be repurposed to provide creative equipment for the children’s play areas whilst reducing the overall environmental impact.
Chris said, “It was great to be involved with this project and to be able to support the communities we work in. Hopefully, the nursery will see a positive impact from the work carried out by all volunteers who attended on the day, and it was pleasure to get to know them all better.”