Win a Grand for your Garden

Huge congratulations to Megan Rees from Oxford who entered the competition hoping to change the life of her three year old daughter Ariella.

Ariella has severe disabilities, she was given a 10% chance of survival at birth and has beaten the odds. Her parents have had to give up work to provide round the clock care for her as her needs are so complex.

Ariella currently has nowhere safe to play outside and can’t even go to the park as it is too risky for her.

We are very excited to begin the transformation and give Ariella beautiful garden to play in. Watch this space!

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nicoIa misselbrook

Merthyr Tydfil

I have to be honest , I have tried my best to improve my garden ,but financially its been difficult,managed to get decking down this year ,but all I can afford , so my garden is not a complete jungle due to not trying, but as you can see no privacy with awful fencing , no colour in it , I sufffer severe mental health problems, after birth of my son , then mum passed away young and just buried my nan who was my world , even on my darkest days I struggled to care for her . She was worth every minute .Not for sympathy but just truth Ive had severe mental health relapse of self cutting,and suicidal , I get severe anxiety and going out is hell , a safe, anxiety free garden would be my safe haven so to speak to relax in ,new fencing , and improve my mental health .I also have M.E , depersonalisation,derealisation.I know there are people worse off than me , but worth an entry , my husband who is so caring, my best friend is my rock ,but even his mental health is suffering caring for me .I have undergone electric compulsive therapy to the brain, and am trying so hard to get better ,best of luck everyone

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