We are delighted to host Sallie Sillars, Head Gardener at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital to talk about the Horatio Garden. This is now an online event, via zoom.
Horatio’s Garden is a national charity creating and nurturing beautiful gardens in NHS spinal injury centres to support the mental and physical rehabilitation of everyone affected by spinal injury. Each stunning sanctuary is home to a thriving community and the charity’s outstanding, carefully designed gardens are a source of vital support for patients, their loved ones and NHS staff.
Horatio’s Garden Scotland opened in September 2016 and was brought to life by celebrated garden designer and RHS Chair of Judges, James Alexander-Sinclair. The garden is part of the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit (QENSIU) at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. This is the spinal centre supporting patients throughout the entirety of Scotland, from the Scottish Highlands right down to the English border.
This will be a popular evening talk and free to both members and non-members. For more details and to register for the virtual evening talk, please complete our contact form and we will get back in touch.
For more about Horatio's Garden visit their web site.