Richard House Children's Hospice, London

We are working closely with garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin from Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer to create a new sensory garden at Richard House Children's Hospice in East London.

Andrew's design approach focuses on creative solutions and sound horticultural practice. This has been recognised not just by private clients for residential gardens in London, but also larger infrastructure organisations leading to commissions that include advising on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and designing for the Royal Borough of Greenwich. 

The brief is to 'create a sensory garden which takes families on a journey through the woodland area, starting with a colourful archway and then connecting with different sensory elements of the garden.' It also all needs to be wheelchair accessible.

Here are a couple of 'before' pictures. We can't wait to show you more pictures as the garden progresses.  


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