This time last year we never would've imagined we'd actually be preparing to unveil a garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show! 
Hear from our team, the people we support and Camellia Taylor, the designer of The Natural Affinity Garden for Aspens, about why this opportunity is so important for our charity, what nature and gardening means to those we support and how the garden will target the seven senses to provide a therapeutic haven for visitors. 
Thank you Project Giving Back for enabling us to have this amazing and very exciting opportunity and for making this super video telling our story. 
A huge thanks also to Camellia Taylor, our corporate supporter Cripps and all the other contributors behind creating The Natural Affinity Garden for Aspens. 
If you'd like to help our community and those we support to engage more in nature and green spaces, unlocking the positive impact this can have and utilising the legacy kick-started with our RHS Chelsea Garden, please support our Natural Affinity Community Project. Once up and running, the project will illustrate the positive power of bringing people together through nature and the importance of inclusivity.
Find out more, here.