9th November 2021 | News in your area

Wellbeing Garden opening at Guildford Fire Station

On Friday 5th November the Lord-Lieutenant was delighted to be asked to open the Wellbeing Garden at Guildford fire station.  The work had commenced with the design team two years ago but was put on hold due to Covid.

The team at RHS Wisley helped with the planning and volunteers and staff built the garden in a week to offer a calm, inviting space for the crew to unwind and relax. Guildford Fire Station is also a veterans hub and the garden will benefit them also.


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