A TEAM of workers from a Saxham company have been turning some wild overgrown space at a school into a garden haven for youngsters.
Volunteers from Calor spent four weeks clearing the heavily overgrown area and silted up pond at Honington Primary School to create a tranquil open air classroom for pupils.
Sixteen members of staff from different departments took part in the Calor Starts from the Heart scheme, whereby staff and the company carry out a community project.
Children at the school put forward ideas for how the area could look and the volunteers set to work to make their vision a reality.
Now the pond has been cleaned, paving cleared and decking put down as well as a blackboard put in place so pupils can enjoy lessons al fresco.
David Bicknell, operations manager at Calor, said: “As well as being able to put something back it also helped with team building as staff came from different departments. It was a really nice school and lovely to see the enthusiasm and interest that the children showed.”