CED Stone Group joins the High Ground Top Team
Post date: 10 Apr, 2021
is a small Military Charity who for
the last 7 years have been delivering Horticultural therapy to
serving Military personnel, initially at Headley Court in Surrey and
now at DMRC Stanford Hall in Nottinghamshire. They
also, provide assistance for service leavers to get into landbased
industries for which many Military personnel have perfect
newest project is called Op Frith.
Wright , Therapeutic gardens Manager and Technical instructor for the charity explains,
project is helping other Military units to build their own mental
health and physical wellbeing gardens. The first one is a large
garden at Brize Norton, Oxfordshire and we are in mid planning for
Army and Navy pilot gardens as well, these should hopefully lead onto other units having
Emily Cowan, CED Stone Marketing
"When I saw Andy's call-out on Twitter looking for
a paving supplier for 'Op Frith' I knew this was something CED Stone
would like to be part of and didn't delay in getting in touch.
We are delighted to be supplying stone for the first Op Frith
garden at Brize Norton in the knowledge that Horticultural therapy is
an incredibly effective treatment to improve mental health and
physical wellbeing and this garden will greatly benefit many
As part of the #HighGroundTopTeam we
are joining companies such
as Tarmac, Arbor forest products, Hortus Loci, British Sugar,
Woodblocx, Mr Fothergills, Darlac, Draper tools, Burgon and
Ball, Vegepod, Autopots, Vitax, BALI.
COVID has slowed progress but works are due to start on the garden at RAF Brize Norton this summer. As a company, we are proud to be a member of the #HighgroundTopTeam and to show our support for military personnel, veterans and their families.