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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Amanda Stannard

Colchester

My husband has Parkinson's disease and I am disabled with Arthritis and other illnesses. We have recently been given the most beautiful of adapted bungalows in our home town but unfortunately the same can't be said for the garden. We both found solace in the garden we left and would like to make our current space into a similar retreat but the work is far too heavy for us. Our garden is devoid of green, as you come out of the kitchen door all you see is concrete, badly laid paving stones or slate. Having a thousand pounds would enable us to bring colour, life and nature to a dull and sterile back yard. It would transform the space into a beautiful extension of our home and bring us immeasurable pleasure for the rest of our lives.

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