Blenheim thanks Frontline Workers with Mow-tivational Message

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Blenheim thanks Frontline Workers with Mow-tivational Message

Blenheim has expressed its gratitude for the country’s frontline workers by mowing a giant ‘Thank You’ message into the Palace’s lawn.

The expression of thanks measures 75 metres long and nine metres high and took four days to prepare and cut.

It was completed ahead of Thursday’s ‘Clap for the NHS’ by the Oxfordshire UNESCO World Heritage Site’s gardening team.

“We wanted to do something to show our huge appreciation, for the amazing NHS but also for everyone working on the frontline to help protect and support us all,” said Heather Carter, Operations Director at Blenheim Palace.

“Whether it’s the emergency services, shop workers, delivery drivers, waste collection services or those working in our utilities – we owe them all a huge debt of gratitude.

“This was our way of showing them we care and we recognise the enormous sacrifices they’re all having to make on our behalf,” she added.

The message was carefully mown into the Palace’s normally, perfectly-manicured South Lawn by Blenheim’s gardening team.

The lawn, which measures around three acres in total and usually gets cut twice a week, was originally created by landscape gardener ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1760s.

 

For more information please contact Gemma Else on 07342 020 534 at gelse@blenheimestate.com or Drew Cunliffe at drew@flamingo-marketing.co.uk .

 

About Blenheim

Our vision is to be the lifeblood of the local economy, to enhance the lives of the people of Oxfordshire, to share this magnificent Palace and to conserve and protect it for future

generations.

For more than three hundred years, we have been privileged to serve as custodians of

somewhere special.

Through the centuries many things have changed, but three things have stayed constant; a duty to preserve our legacy, a responsibility to continually evolve and a need to sustain a strong connection with the community.

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