The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield has brought the community together to create a new part of their stunning garden for patients, families, visitors and staff to enjoy. 

The new part of the garden is called the Woodland Walk and the renovations were carried out by a group of dedicated volunteers.

The charity’s income generation and fundraising manager Gareth Pierce said of the project: “A huge thank you to everyone who helped with this incredible project – to Fusion Community Initiatives and to Wooden Spoon and, of course, all the volunteers who came despite the weather to create this amazing new space for children and families to enjoy.

“Going for a walk in the countryside is something that most of us might take for granted but many of our families are unable to access the outdoors so easily.

“This walk will give them their own woodland experience, right here at Russell House. And we can’t wait to share it with them.”