In May 2019 two teams from GE Aviation donated their time by volunteering for National Star to help us build and complete a new sensory garden at Ullenwood. The garden provides a calming space where students can relax, reflect and also grow plants and vegetables.
GE Aviation worked incredibly hard to get this important project ready for students to enjoy in the spring. They also contributed £400 towards the cost of materials needed for the garden.
Find out more about our corporate partnerships and how your business could get involved by calling 01242 524478 or completing our online enquiry form.
Protecting the health of National Star students and residents
To protect the health of our residential students and long-term residents, National Star is limiting access to some of its facilities. This applies to National Star, Ullenwood, Foundation House and Elizabeth House in Gloucester, Bradbury Gardens in Cheltenham, Matrixcare in Malvern and Ledbury Road, Hereford.
These sites are now considered ‘self-isolating’ households. This is a precautionary measure taking into consideration the latest Government advice around ‘at risk’ groups self-isolating for 12 weeks. Only staff, visiting professionals and close family members will be granted access. Stringent infection control measures are in place in order to enable this reduced access to continue.