Horatio’s Garden London will be at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore home of the London Spinal Cord Injury Centre. The garden is being designed by celebrated garden designer Tom Stuart-Smith.

Tom is a landscape designer with an international reputation for making gardens that combine naturalism and modernity. Tom’s work ranges from large gardens and parks open to the public, to smaller private gardens. He has also designed a number of gardens for the Chelsea Flower Show. Eight of these have been awarded gold medals, and three have won ‘Best in Show’. 

The London Spinal Cord Injury Centre is one of only 11 in the UK designated to receive and treat spinal cord injured patients. The Centre currently has 40 beds for adults, children and young people. These beds include beds for acute care, first episode of rehabilitation and readmission.

The garden design will include garden rooms as places for patients to use the space whatever the weather. The garden will be a fully accessible, beautiful space enabling patients to have time surrounded by natural elements. The designs are being developed in close collaboration with the spinal unit team as well as current and former patients. 

Appeal Patrons Lady Daunt and BBC correspondent Frank Gardner, who are both former patients of the LSCIC, are supporting the fundraising for the project. The designs will be launched in early 2018. 

To support the appeal please donate online HERE or by post to the registered office 41A Vicarage St, Warminster BA12 8JQ or phone 01722 326 834 to donate by credit card. 

If you could help with fundraising or would like to volunteer please contact us or ring 01722 326 834