After completing the purchase of the Dickinsons’ new family home earlier this Summer, house renovations have got underway and there is a whole host of companies, individuals and members of the EIC on hand to help the family reach their perfect home.
Already the interior has begun to be demolished and signs of how the new home will look are peeking through the newly formed pathways. With so many volunteers and donators involved, this project is sure to be a success. The vision of Vagdia Holmes, the EIC and the Dickinson family is to create a fully useable home which both Caz and her family can enjoy. Since suffering a grade four brain haemorrhage Caz has been limited to a wheelchair, meaning wide corridors and adjustable work surfaces are a must-have for their new property.
Not only this but Eland Cables have donated a vertical-lifting bed meaning Mick, Caz’s husband, no longer has to struggle to and assist Caz and lift her in and out of the bed. A full wet room has been donated by Selco builders' warehouse and voice lighting controllers from Saturn LED. This along with other brilliant donations from a massive range of electrical and energy companies means the Dickinsons’ new home will suit every need both Caz and her family have. As the demolition of the interior and the re-modification of the inside happens, our thoughts turn to the outside and garden of the property.
As a wheelchair user, Caz requires a flat and even garden, but her and her family still want a beautiful outdoor space where they can spend their summer evenings. Could you help create that for the Dickinsons? We’re looking for landscapers, gardeners and those with green fingers to help make this new house into a beautiful home for the family.
The landscaping is due to get underway this October, and if you fit the bill and can spare some time to help transform their back yard into a charming Coventry country garden then please get in touch!