The garden at Weston Hospicecare’s Jackson-Barstow House is a tranquil place which has helped many people find peace.
On May 20, between 2-4pm, we are opening the gates to the public to give people an opportunity to pay a visit and enjoy some much-needed peace and quiet.
Pupils from nearby Westhaven School will be selling plants from their neighbouring site in Thornbury Road, and refreshments will be available on the day with all the proceeds to be donated to the hospice.
Limited parking is available on site and on street nearby.
It is a good time to visit the hospice garden, after several teams spent timing working to ensure it is looking its best.
Hospice volunteers have been applying their usual year-round TLC to the area, while a team from NatWest visited in April to carry out some general maintenance and spruce up some of the garden furniture. They were followed this week by a volunteer group from Weston JobCentre who carried out a further series of garden maintenance jobs.
More details about the open garden event can be found below. If you would like to support the hospice with a donation, please click here.