Schools have closed for an indefinite period and all over the country, parents and children are looking for new ways to spend their time. At Sudocrem, we’d like to suggest gardening! Which is why this Spring, we’re teaming up with Britain’s top gardeners for a nationwide gardening project.
In times of stress or worry, planting seeds and getting your hands dirty is a fantastic way to feel better. It’s soothing, its relaxing and it’s easy! Whether you have a garden, balcony, allotment or windowsill, gardening is something everyone can enjoy – all you need is a window box, or little patch of earth and away you go.
The initiative includes tips and advice on potting plants, spotting a weed and keeping your plants healthy. We’ll have an educational animation to inspire you and we’re donating one hundred growing kits to families all over the UK to kick start their growing projects.
“Right now, there are around 5 million children under the age of 10 who need activities to get them through the next few months,” says Alice Bamford, Sudocrem brand manager. “At Sudocrem, we want to give families a hand as best we can.”