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St Luke's thanks students who won silver at RHS Tatton
12:00pm Friday 30th August 2013 in News
ST LUKE’S Cheshire Hospice paid a huge thank you to Reaseheath College students whose green-fingered talents won the hospice a silver medal at the recent RHS Tatton Flower Show.
Foundation Degree Garden and Landscape Design students from the Nantwich College designed and created the show garden to mark the Winsford-based hospice’s 25th anniversary.
The garden, which was positioned in the ‘Inspire’ zone during the three-day event in July, impressed judges with its cutting edge design and fresh ideas.
St Luke’s manager of volunteer support Sara Evans said: “On behalf of the hospice, I would like to say a big thank you to the wonderfully talented Reaseheath team for all their hard work and to the volunteers who staffed the garden during the show.”
The garden’s design team was made up of lead designer Rick Tomlinson and fellow students Jess Hughes, Hannah Timmis, Daniel Guy, Josh Croke and Chantelle Pennington.
For more information and pictures of the garden, visit stlukes-hospice.co.uk/about-us/25th-anniversary/rhs-tatton-show-garden/.
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