Over the last few months, our wonderful volunteer gardeners have been lovingly tending to our grounds at Crimple House, alongside our Facilities Team and In Memory & Legacy Manager. We have been carefully considering how we can rejuvenate our Tree of Life garden so that each visit you and your loved ones make brings comfort, meaning and peace.
We are putting together a plan for revitalising the area with fantastic new plants and a design which we hope you will love.
Gill, one of our volunteer gardeners said “we’re pleased to be creating another beautiful area for people to enjoy peace and quiet, or whatever they feel is right for them.
“It gives our team so much pleasure to see people getting something from the garden, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to experience the calm and tranquillity of the Tree of Life following its developments.”
We recognise how important it is for many of our community to visit the Tree of Life, and we will be working hard to make sure you can return as soon as possible.
We thank you for your understanding while the Tree of Life area is closed and hope that our rejuvenated garden will be something to look forward to and cherish.
In the meantime, a special thank you to our volunteer gardeners for recently developing other areas of the grounds with new plants and seating to take in the beautiful views.
Should you wish to talk about the plans, or anything else, you are welcome to call our Supporter Care Team on (01423) 878 628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about our Tree of Life, please see our webpage.