Let’s say ‘Thank you’ for a change

We were walking past the Persimmon (Charles Church) office block in Knoll Road the other day.  Though they might not be the finest specimens, we did appreciate the plants in the flower beds in front of the building.  Which made us realise – not for the first time – that Persimmon does try to make its building attractive, with greenery to offset what would otherwise be perhaps a fairly stark design.  Rather than take them for granted, Persimmon’s efforts deserve a ‘Thank you’.

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