Bunnings Booval employees (from left) Jay Ihaka, Jamie Dewson and Sandra Hellyer build garden beds for Legacy Court residents Jean Hayden, Mirtle Manttan, Hazel Sellars and Iris Barry.
Bunnings Booval employees (from left) Jay Ihaka, Jamie Dewson and Sandra Hellyer build garden beds for Legacy Court residents Jean Hayden, Mirtle Manttan, Hazel Sellars and Iris Barry. David Nielsen

Bunnings crew helps Legacy

AN OUTDOOR area for war veterans and widows has been given a spruce-up in time for Anzac Day.

Volunteers from Bunnings warehouse at Booval set to work and built a garden bed this week at Legacy Court, Booval.

Bunnings manager Brian Ward said helping Legacy was a perfect way to recognise Anzac Day, April 25.

"Legacy is so important in our local community so we felt it was important to help out," he said.

The Bunnings team will head to the Blackstone United Welsh Soccer Club on April 19 to give the facilities a facelift.

They'll repair the spectator benches and timber fence, then paint bollards, change rooms, storage shed and seating.



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