Pentney Health Club uses grant to create wellness garden
Over 140 West Norfolk businesses have benefited from more than £ 667,000 in Refresh Reopen grants administered by the Borough Council.
Cllr Graham Middleton, Deputy Chief and Cabinet Member for Business, Culture and Heritage visited one of the companies that received a grant to open its new Revive Garden.
He said: “I am very happy to have been invited to Energize Pentney to see what they have created from the almost £ 7,000 awarded through the Refresh Reopen grant. The subsidy helps companies carry out exterior adaptations, diversifications and store facade work.
“Owners Hannah and Tan have created a peaceful and beautiful outdoor space for members and guests to enjoy. It’s wonderful to see that this also benefits the local charity Norfolk and Waveney Mind.
Hannah, who owns the health club with her husband Tan, said: “We are delighted with the response to our Revive Garden, in partnership with Norfolk and Waveney Mind. Not only has the Refresh Reopen grant given us the opportunity to create a more usable outdoor space for our members and guests, it also allows us to raise awareness and fundraise to promote the incredible mental health support that we have. offer Norfolk and Waveney Mind.
“Being outside and connecting with nature goes a long way in feeling good. This space allows everyone to enjoy our beautiful countryside and our huge Norfolk skies more.”
Alex Wiseman, Partnerships Coordinator at Norfolk and Waveney Mind, added: “We are very grateful to companies like Energize Pentney Health Club who support us. We as a charity only survive on the generosity of donations and fundraising. The space Hannah created is wonderful and I can’t wait to visit it, sit in the garden and reconnect with nature once again.