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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I have lived at my property for just over a year now. Unfortunately we were are homeless because my landlord sold up and my kids dad left and ended up staying In one room 50mins from home with nothing but clothes. My garden is very in even it has huge mounds in the ground and it is overly large for a single mother to ever have the money to fix up. I have two disabled children both autistic and the youngest also have cerebral palsy and mobility issues and using a wheel chair. He can not play out there because of how un even it is and he is always asking me. One fall on a mound and it could result in a broken arm yet again. Also at the back there are lots and lots of brambles I can not get rid off my self. We need more privacy and the people behind and next to us can see in as there's no fence. Next door have dogs and with my children being autistic is scares them. They can't stand noise or in expected things. So privacy is the thing we need the most. This would mean the world to me as I am struggling to find the money for flooring even after all this time and it's a major health hazard as it is but more so my disabled children to give them a bright outdoors future that would help them grow in many ways.