Builders are digging deep to make garden dream a reality

Putting the finishing touches: back (from left) - Darren Wilson, Dakota's mum Paula Read, Justin Wilson; front ' Steve Willson and Lee Willson.
Putting the finishing touches: back (from left) - Darren Wilson, Dakota's mum Paula Read, Justin Wilson; front ' Steve Willson and Lee Willson.
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DREAMS to transform a garden into a safe place to play for a seven-year-old disabled girl from Weston Hills are about to come true.

The finishing touches are being made to Dakota Read’s home in Broadgate after her mum made a plea for help in August.

She told how Dakota, who can not walk unaided, could not use her walker in the garden because of the bumpy terrain.

Building firms and merchants came forward to solve the dilemma by pitching in services and goods either for free or at cost price, while local groups and organisations put on fundraising events.

The appeal also received £500 from the Lincolnshire Free Press Children’s Fund.

This week, Darren Wilson, of D Wilson Builders, and Steve Willson, of S R Willson Building Contractors have been concreting the drive and block paving an area. They have also created a chicken run.

Laying the turf is all that remains to be done.