Published: May 2, 2017
Richard House opens gardens to the public
On Sunday sixty people visited our hospice grounds to view our 2.5 acres of gardens as part of National Garden Scheme.
Volunteer Coordinator Trish McInerney, who organised the event with the National Garden Scheme said: “It is lovely to be able to share our lovely space with the public, many were surprised at just how big and how well-maintained our grounds are. I’m thankful to our eight volunteers who helped out, as well as Cater Plus who supplied cakes, tea and coffee which were sold to raise money for the hospice.
Pictured: Volunteer gardener Derek James, Mayor Eileen Keller, Mayoress Kira Keeler and Founder of Richard House Anthea Hare