Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Rosy Cheeks: gardens for children's hospices

Rosy Cheeks, a fundraising appeal to create children’s hospice gardens around the UK, is launched today by the Greenfingers charity whose chairman is friend of Shedworking, Matthew Wilson of Clifton Nurseries and TV fame.

The Rosy Cheeks Appeal aims to raise £750,000 over the next 24 months to build at least 10 new gardens in children’s hospices around the country. Greenfingers has already designed and delivered 39 hospice gardens and is dedicated to creating further beautiful and inspiring outdoors spaces for children with life-limiting conditions to enjoy with family, friends and siblings.

More details at their website. There's nothing specifically mentioned about sheds, but I'm sure that any donations of sheds by UK suppliers would be extremely welcome. -----------------------------------------------------
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