United Utilities and Morrison Water Services’ Garden Restoration

6th October 2022

An overgrown plot of land near a Liverpool primary school has become a productive fruit and vegetable patch and a relaxing place in nature thanks to the Morrison Water Services’ team.

During works on Tramway Road, Liverpool, the team working on the United Utilities contract noticed an overgrown plot of land at St Charles’ Catholic primary school with the potential to be restored. Works were being carried out in the local area to replace old cast iron water mains.

A fantastic new space was created by the team, which received generous donations from B&Q and Travis Perkins. Student and staff can now enjoy a dedicated area to growing fruits and vegetables, an array of new plants and a space to unwind.


Project Manager, Kevin Levens, for Morrison Water Services said:

“It’s really rewarding to have the opportunity to give back to the community and see the impact this has.”

Restoring the plot of land for the benefit of the local community reflects our commitment to our clients, people, the communities and environment in which we work. We are proud to do integrate this with our work to help manage and maintain the infrastructure networks on which we all rely.

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