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After their recent involvement in helping to build the BBC DIY Little Miracles Children In Need Garden, Welney company Giles Landscapes Ltd has been inspired to continue helping this deserving cause while rewarding one of its most prestigious customers.

Roger Giles Managing Director said: “Taking part in this project has had an amazing effect on the company, clearly bringing some fun back to the outlook of our teams, the best thing from this, in my point of view is that it has kick-started a creative storm within in our business and I sincerely thank all those great young people that the BBC project was all about for giving back our creative edge.”

Emma Baldwin, Estimator with Giles Landscapes who has been inspired by the Children In Need Project and the fact that the company have worked alongside Granta Park Ltd for the past 10 years, came up with the idea of making crop circles in the guise of company logos in the wildflower meadow at the Cambridge Business Park, Granta Park.

Emma said: “After the team here being involved with the DIY SOS garden, I wanted to continue raising money for this excellent cause and celebrate the fact we have worked with Granta Park for 10 years, after recently seeing a TV programme which involved crop circles, I thought wouldn’t it be great to cut the logos out in the meadow for all to see from the sky.

“We have received support from a local high level photographer, Sky High Imagery who visited site and took some wonderful memories for Giles and Granta Park to treasure.”

If you would like to help raise money and to create a wildflower meadow in your garden Giles Landscapes will be bagging the cuttings/seed which can be purchased with all monies going to Children In Need. Cost would be £2.50 a bag and 60p p & p. Write sending cheque or postal order to Giles Landscapes Ltd, Bramley House, Welney, Wisbech,

Picture by high level photographer, Sky High Imagery.