A garden centre in Brampton has announced its partnership with a local charity. 

Nottcutts Brampton has offered its restaurant space to DreamDrops for their meetings, faciliating a warm welcoming environment for their members and their families. 

Notcutts Brampton Garden Centre manager, Jo Hawkins McDowell, personally welcomed members of the DreamDrops charity and their families to the garden centre and its restaurant. 

This collaboration reflects Notcutts Brampton's commitment to supporting local communities and providing a space where they can come together. 

During the recent visit by DreamDrops, Jo also provided free bird feeders to the attendees as a token of appreciation for the charity's valuable work in the local community. 

Chris Luckham, chairwoman of DreamDrops, expressed her delight and gratitude for the warm reception they received from Notcutts Brampton. 

She said: "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to use the garden centre's restaurant for our meetings.  

“It's a wonderful environment, and the bird feeders are a lovely touch. We are truly grateful for the support and partnership with Notcutts Brampton.” 

For more information about Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s charity, DreamDrops, visit www.dreamdropschildrenscharity.org.