Popular TV gardener David Domoney officially opened the new Garden Room at the WI’s Denman college in Marcham, Oxfordshire on Monday 9 April, donated by home improvement company Everest to mark the college’s 70th birthday celebrations this year.
The attractive and versatile Garden Room is made from extra thick, sustainably-produced timber. Fully insulated and complete with Everest’s energy efficient windows and doors, it will provide a useable and comfortable space for the college and WI members to enjoy all year round.
An adjoining storage area with a separate door makes it a particularly flexible resource, whilst the abundance of natural light means it will be an ideal location for Denman’s small courses and workshops.
Speaking at the official opening of the Everest Garden Room, David Domoney commented, “I’m delighted to open this garden room in such a super location. It will provide a great opportunity for so many visitors to enjoy a wide variety of activities, such as writing, drawing or just enjoying nature. Generally speaking, being outside and in the garden makes us feel better and happier, so having a garden room like this at Denman means that visitors will be able to relax or learn new skills while benefiting from the surrounding views and nature.”