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Marc,Willenhall

He is in a wheelchair and required converting a small area of his garden with gravel and pots. He says ‘The garden now has some beautiful colours and made such a difference to us, thanks to you all at Gardening for Disabled Trust.
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This is a school with special educational needs particularly autism for children 2-11. Gardening for Disabled Trust helped them with 12 raised beds. They say ‘The pupils at our school all have special needs and some of them have to use a wheel chair to move about, others have limited mobility but they do love to dig and we wanted to help them access growing, planting and get the opportunity to be part of the ‘gardening’ experience.

It’s been lovely to watch them looking at the planters and noticing when things started to grow. Thank you so much for the grant and we have been able to give them that experience.’

Fundraising

Open Garden & Plant Fair

Open Garden & Plant Fair

This was held on Thursday 27th April at The Freight, Cranbrook, Kent. This is a garden of 2 acres, which is not usually open to the public surrounding a medieval Wealden house with lakes, parterre, traditional and contemporary planting.

Open Garden & Plant FairLight lunches and refreshments were provided in the house and we had 18 specialist plant stalls in the garden. This was a great success and enjoyed by all.
We raised £3,500.
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