A LOCAL Hospice charity is making a call out for volunteers to help makes sure its gardens are in full bloom.
Little Havens provides overnight respite breaks, emergency stays and care at the end of a child’s life at their Hospice in Thundersley.
A spokesperson said: “A family’s first visit to Little Havens or Fair Havens is often a huge step, so first impressions are important.
“We’re lucky to have a team of garden volunteers who tend to our gardens, so they offer a welcoming and relaxing environment for patients, families, visitors, staff and volunteers.
“Some of the duties the Garden Club Volunteers help undertake include weeding, planting, pruning, tidying, watering plants and the vegetable patch, and keeping the gardens and paths tidy.
“If you could spare a few hours a week, please visit: havenshospices.org.uk.
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