Weʼve raised £535 to help fund the revamp of the garden at The Alderbourne Rehabilitation Unit (for spinal & stroke injuries)
- Hillingdon, Middlesex
- Funded on Wednesday, 31st July 2019
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As some of you may already know, my other half, Nik Walder, had a trampolining coaching accident on the 2nd March this year and is currently in rehab at the Alderbourne Rehabilitation Unit in Hillingdon.
The Alderbourne Rehabilitation Unit is for those who have suffered with either a stroke or a spinal injury. It provides patients and families with a garden space to refresh, relax and spend time together. As well as this, it provides an open space for the patients to spend time away from treatments and the confinements of their rooms/ wards to reinvigorate.
Over the years, the garden has become 'tired' and suffers from a lack of maintenance. Nik and I decided it would be really nice to 'give back' and revamp the garden to be a more uplifting place and provide a more inspiring experience for both patients and families.
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Jun 28, 2019
Vinni - great job you're doing. Thank you so much.
Jun 24, 2019
I hope you get to your total...!
Jun 23, 2019
It is a wonderful thing you are doing. Good luck with it all.Many thanks and lots of love.Caroline (Phoenix)
Jun 22, 2019
Jun 18, 2019
What a wonderful idea! We know how uplifting it is to have an outside space for respite from the ward for staff, patients and visitors. V you are truly inspirational and hopefully the garden will too.
Jun 17, 2019
What a great idea. What an amazing project you have decided to undertake even though you are all having to cope with so much. Sending lots of love x
Jun 16, 2019
What a fantastic idea and something that will be so appreciated by patients, visitors and staff. We are so delighted and thankful that Nik is recovering.
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About the fundraiser
I am the partner of Nik Walder who suffered a spinal injury whilst coaching on the 2nd March 2019. The Unit is a great facility but has limited funds & if we can make the rehabilitation process a better one, we would like to improve the experience for other patients and families.