Garden centre helps to grow Forget-Me-Not funds

Childrens activities at Kershaws Garden Centre, Brighouse, raising money for a multi-purpose garden at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice.'Sisters Poppy Sales, four, and Evie Sales, seven with plant pots they have painted.
Childrens activities at Kershaws Garden Centre, Brighouse, raising money for a multi-purpose garden at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice.'Sisters Poppy Sales, four, and Evie Sales, seven with plant pots they have painted.

Youngsters teamed up with a Brighouse garden centre to raise funds to create a multi- purpose garden for a children’s hospice.

Around children and families attended the event at Kershaw’s Garden Centre on Halifax Road as they looked to support the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

Childrens activities at Kershaws Garden Centre, Brighouse, raising money for a multi-purpose garden at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice.'Thomas Mead, two.

Childrens activities at Kershaws Garden Centre, Brighouse, raising money for a multi-purpose garden at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice.'Thomas Mead, two.

Mark Kershaw from the centre said there was a host of activities on the day, with the money collected going towards construction of a sensory area at the hospice in Brackenhall.

“Children took part in art and crafts such as paint a pot, colouring competition, prize draw, and children’s garden games.”