280 guests joined us for an evening of celebration and entertainment at the beautifully refurbished National Army Museum for cocktails and canapés. Trees donated by Hortus Loci for the occasion created a garden in the venue. Horatio’s Garden designers, celebrities and patrons enjoyed a fabulous party. Bunny Guinness revealed her plans for Horatio’s Garden Oswestry at the Midland Spinal Centre. Victoria Theakston a former patient of the Spinal Centre in Salisbury talked movingly about the impact Horatio’s Garden had on her. 

The evening was very generously sponsored by the

Chambers of William Mousley QC, 2 King’s Bench Walk

2 King’s Bench Walk are Advocates Achieving Excellence, who are delighted to support and be involved with Horatio’s Garden. 

Cawston Press generously donated soft drinks and Berry Brothers and Rudd supplied delicious Cremant de Limoux. 

Thanks to Charlie Woodford for providing the musical entertainment.