Garden aims to grow work of cancer charity
A GARDEN designed to inspire people to support a charity will be on show in Yorkshire.
It will be dedicated to Macmillan Cancer Support and will be on display at the Harrogate Spring Flower Show in April. The garden, designed by Colin Griffin and Oliver Rutman, has been planned to symbolise the importance of gifts in wills to Macmillan as a charity.
Mr Griffin said: “Macmillan do incredible work supporting people through one of life’s scariest and most challenging experiences and we were keen to work with them to highlight how the money gifted to them positively supports people through a very turbulent time in their lives.”
The team aimed to create an intimate, quiet and reflective garden for people to contemplate their legacy.
The garden will be on display at the show from Thursday, April 23, to Sunday, April 26. Macmillan Cancer Support said gifts would help the charity help people deal with the physical, emotional and financial impact of cancer.