A “MAGICAL woodland walk” is planned for the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.
This inspiring addition to the landscape at the hospice, near Arundel, will be realised through Greenfingers, the charity dedicated to creating gardens in children’s hospices around the UK.
To fund these children’s hospice gardens, the charity has launched the ‘Rosy Cheeks’ appeal, which aims to raise £750,000 over two years to build ten such gardens. Greenfingers has already worked with Chestnut Tree House to build the award-winning Meadow Garden, a tranquil space for reflection and remembrance.
Linda Perry, director of children’s services at the hospice, said: “We are delighted to have been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of Greenfingers’ wonderful hospice gardens.”
“The children and families who come to Chestnut Tree House love going outside to enjoy our beautiful gardens, and this new feature will really enhance their experience.”