We are so excited to announce that we are getting a new car park at Sadeh!
This will open up a whole host of new opportunities for visitors to Sadeh. As well as a dedicated space for coaches and cars, the space will be safe for children and people with mobility issues to walk around in, and will seperate off the space-to-play for our youngest volunteers. This is one of the steps towards making Sadeh safe and accessible – and it means we won’t have to tow cars out with tractors any more!
Currently, we are pruning back the plants that are in the space where the car park will be. Tree pruning is necessary for tree health and to make sure bits of dead branches don’t fall on our guests, the road or the power lines. Once the car park is built it will have some lovely plants to make it a beautiful entrance reflecting the rest of the farm and Skeet Hill House.
This car park has been made possible by a grant from The Philip King Trust, who we are thrilled to be working in collaboration with. They make grants to organisations supporting the young, the old, the sick and the disadvantaged. Their history of grant-giving includes Noah’s Ark Childrens Hospice, Relate and Langdon. We are honoured to be among this list of charities and causes.