DIY stores pledges help for children's hospice

A DIY superstore has pledged its support to the building of a sensory garden at the new site of Children's Hospice South West.

A DIY superstore has pledged its support to the building of a sensory garden at a children's hospice.

Wickes in Marchfields Way, Weston, has agreed to donate the building materials required to construct a hobbit-themed garden at Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

The garden was originally created to raise awareness of the hospice at the Royal Horticultural Society's Spring Gardening Show, in Malvern, earlier this year.

The garden will be recreated at the hospice to provide some fun for children staying there.


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