Children’s hospice Robin House got another helping hand recently from some green-fingered volunteers.

Amanda Lunan and colleagues from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), made a visit as part of One Firm One Day - a volunteering initiative run every year by the multinational company.

Together the group weeded and tidied the garden at the Balloch children’s hospice in preparation for the summer.

Kenny Wilson, Glasgow office senior partner told the Post: “PwC has built a close relationship with CHAS so when the opportunity came to volunteer at Robin House, we had a huge response from staff.

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“Thankfully the team who worked in the garden were blessed with a warm, sunny day, and they were able to dig deep and carry out heavy weeding duties to help prepare Robin House for the summer.

“The work that CHAS do is incredibly important and Robin House is a fantastic facility for families who require support and a place for reflection.”

Megan Stobo, corporate partnership executive at CHAS added: “We’re delighted that PwC has chosen to support CHAS this week as part of their One Firm One Day initiative and want to thank them for all of their hard work, dedication and passion.”

Last month former Blue Peter gardener, Chris Collins, made a visit to Robin House to help plant a number of trees in the garden.