Greenfingers Gardens are magical outside spaces in hospices, where life-limited children can spend quality time outside with their families, friends and carers in a safe and protective environment.
As well as places where therapies, play and precious memories can be created, our gardens can also provide a special space for reflection and remembering. Due to the generosity of those who support Greenfingers Charity, we are looking to bringing the precious gift of a garden to the following hospices as we head into 2020:
Little Harbour Children's Hospice, St. Austell
Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, Loughborough
Haven House, Woodford Green, Essex
St Oswalds, Newcastle
Ty Hafan, Wales
and The Nook, Norfolk.
And thanks to the brilliant and unwavering support for Greenfingers over the years, we have been able create magical bespoke gardens for many other hospices all over the UK, including:
- The Nest and Rest Garden at Grace House in Sunderland
- The Garden of Colour at Claire House, the Wirral
- Richard House, East London
- The Kaleidoscope Garden at Helen & Douglas House in Oxford
- The Courtyard Garden at Keech Hospice Care in Luton
For a full list of our finished projects and to read more about them, click here.