Local Landscaping Business Creates Nature Haven for Hospice Charity Fenton Gardens in Gravesend donates bespoke garden to ellenor, providing a peaceful and therapeutic space for palliative and end-of-life patients.

Local Landscaping Business Creates Nature Haven for Hospice Charity

Fenton Gardens in Gravesend donates bespoke garden to ellenor, providing a peaceful and therapeutic space for palliative and end-of-life patients.

Fenton Gardens, a local landscaping business in Gravesend, is making a heartfelt contribution to the community by creating a nature haven for a hospice charity. The garden will be donated to ellenor, a Northfleet-based charity that provides care for palliative and end-of-life patients in Gravesham, Dartford, and Swanley.

The bespoke garden, named Luatica, will be specifically designed for ellenor and will be built around the theme of moonlight and water, with a sustainable approach in mind. Inspired by the important work of the charity, Fenton Gardens owner Joshua Fenton felt compelled to give back in a meaningful way.

“We have been incredibly inspired by the work that ellenor does and wanted to create a space that would be both beautiful and therapeutic for the patients and staff,” said Fenton. “Even though a garden may not completely distract someone from their personal struggles, it can provide a peaceful and immersive experience. Gardens have the power to soothe and calm, offering a respite from stress.”

The finished garden will be unveiled at BBC’s Gardeners World Live in Birmingham before being transported to ellenor’s new multi-million pound wellbeing centre on Coldharbour Road. The centre is set to open on June 16 and the Luatica garden will be an integral part of it.

Chief Executive of ellenor, Michelle Kabia, expressed her gratitude for Fenton Gardens’ generosity and dedication to the project. “We are deeply grateful to Joshua Fenton and his team for their incredible contribution,” said Kabia. “This garden will provide a space of solace and comfort for our patients during their challenging times. We are thrilled to have this beautiful garden become a part of our hospice.”

Fenton Gardens’ donation of the Luatica garden is a shining example of the positive impact that local businesses can have on their community. The nature haven will serve as a symbol of hope and support for the patients and staff at ellenor, and will continue to bring joy and peace for years to come.

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