Sensory garden to be built at Haven House Hospice in High Road, Woodford Green

(centre) Malcolm Nelson, project director from Laing O'Rouke, with (left of centre) Jenni Anderson, Director of Income Generation at Haven House, and staff from the engineering firm.

(centre) Malcolm Nelson, project director from Laing O'Rouke, with (left of centre) Jenni Anderson, Director of Income Generation at Haven House, and staff from the engineering firm.

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Staff from a national engineering firm presented a £6,000 cheque to build a sensory garden in the grounds of a children's hospice.

Members of Laing O’Rourke presented the cheque at Haven House Hospice in High Road, Woodford Green, last Monday.

The funds will be used to build a new sensory garden, including water features, sitting areas and plants to provide a peaceful setting for life-limited children and families.  

 

 

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