Chestnut Tree House in West Sussex is the latest children’s hospice to benefit from the work of the Greenfingers charity. The Woodland Walk was opened on 19th June, which Ann-Marie Powell Gardens and Garden House Design have turned from wild woodland into an enchanting wooded area that the children, their families, friends and the staff can enjoy for years to come.
Rolawn, the growers of Britain’s finest turf, were delighted to supply Medallion turf for areas that needed to be grassed as part of the gardens sensory area. Emma Hanford, Greenfingers Garden Projects Manager commented ‘At Greenfingers we are always grateful for the support we receive from suppliers within the horticulture industry and beyond – without this help we simply couldn’t produce wonderful gardens like this one at Chestnut Tree House. Thank you so much to everyone at Rolawn for your help and involvement.’
Jonathan Hill, Rolawn Sales & Marketing Director responded ‘The contribution we make is such a small element of a massive effort the charity put into this extremely worthwhile activity. We are always delighted to play our part and look forward to the next project.’
Greenfingers Charity - Rolawn’s chosen charity and that of most in the horticultural industry, who build sensory gardens at hospices for children with life limiting conditions.
Chestnut Tree House - Is the only children's hospice in East and West Sussex and cares for over 280 children and young adults from 0-25 years of age with progressive life-limiting conditions from Sussex and South East Hampshire.