Local accountants, The Fish Partnership, have made a donation of £250 to pay for a new hopscotch game in the garden of the Come and Play Pre-school in Hazlemere.
The money forms part of a larger garden project at the popular pre-school. In total the team at the school raised more than £16,000 from local businesses and people to have their garden refurbished.
When completed the garden will include colourful soft play areas and planting, as well as the hopscotch game created with the help of The Fish Partnership.
Speaking about the project, the group’s chairperson Laura Ripley said: ‘We are delighted and proud to have achieved this target, through the help of various organisations and our wonderful parents and committee.
We are now looking forward to the work being carried out during September, so our children can enjoy playing in the garden with a new soft, safe surface.‘
Chris Nisbet, Director at The Fish Partnership, added: ‘We were delighted when Come and Play contacted us and asked us to donate to their garden project.
We regularly support local schools and pupils of all ages, so we were really happy to help, especially with a game that is so based around the use of numbers, which are our speciality as accountants.‘