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    Weʼve raised £6,885 to help develop a memorial garden for Tŷ Hafan and to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis.

    Funded on Monday, 8th August 2016

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    Ty Hafan: The Garden Project

    A memorial garden plays a vital palliative role in supporting the families of children that have died at Tŷ Hafan. Such a garden is an important space that provides a place for mums and dads, brothers and sisters, to remember and reflect the positive memories created during the life of the child who has died.

    The current memorial garden was completed in 2001 however, after a number of years it is now looking tired, overgrown and no longer fit for purpose. With 245 children having died in the care of Tŷ Hafan since 1999 and with each being remembered by a pebble, a larger garden is needed to provide a prominence of position for each child and afford space to continue to do so in the future.

    Alongside the memorial garden, we want to create a new sensory garden that can be enjoyed by the children currently in care. Plants, hard landscaping, other garden materials and features would be selected for their appeal to all five senses with the aim of offering a richer and more therapeutic experience.

    We need help to turn this vision in to a reality; to update the existing memorial garden, create a new sensory garden and link all of the outside space together, transforming the area in to a fully accessible space for the children and families who use the hospice.

    The Costain/Vinci joint venture along with other key partners have agreed to support the design and refurbishment of the memorial garden at Ty Hafan and will be seeking to raise financial support for the proposals during the course of this year.

    Cystic Fibrosis

    Cystic Fibrosis are working towards a brighter future for everyone with cystic fibrosis by funding cutting-edge research, driving up standards of care and supporting people with the condition and their loved ones every step of the way.

    For the past ten years Costain has fully supported the objectives of CF and our fundraising efforts this year will be shared equally with this well deserved charity.

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      225

      • DBR

        DBR

        Aug 4, 2016

        an excellent cause and a great acheivement

        £30.00

      • lance Woodman

        lance Woodman

        Aug 1, 2016

        £30.00

      • JAG

        JAG

        Jul 27, 2016

        Well Done Fancourt, SBL & Others.

        £5.00

      • Bryan and Elaine Morgan, Uncle and Aunt

        Bryan and Elaine Morgan, Uncle and Aunt

        Jul 22, 2016

        Congratulations Matthew, well done!

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 22, 2016

        Well Done Daniel Pritchard

        £10.00

      • Steffan Thomas, family & friends

        Steffan Thomas, family & friends

        Jul 19, 2016

        2 great charities and a great event, thanks all

        £320.00

      • Caroline and Mike Evans

        Caroline and Mike Evans

        Jul 17, 2016

        Well done Matthew, a great achievement!

        £10.00

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