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25th May 2018 - Gold Award (again!)  - Chelsea Allergy Friendly Garden

Once again, we are proud to have been part of the creation by Darren Share and his team from Birmingham City Council who have been awarded gold for the Allergy Friendly Garden stand at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018.


May 2018 - Allergy UK - Allergy Heros Finalist

Allergy Heroes from across the UK were celebrated and congratulated last week at a special ceremony to raise awareness and recognise those who make a difference to the lives of people living with allergy.

Guernsey resident Nigel Clarke, who owns Queux Plant Centre, was nominated by Sue Wood, and was one of only three UK organisations to reach the final short list in the Community Hero category. He was recognised for his work running the non-profit ecological project, Green Legacy Guernsey. The organisation was set up several years ago and supplies trees and plants, free of charge, for locations accessible to the public. Nigel works with many of the local school and ‘Bloom’ groups in Guernsey and uses the OPALS (Ogren Plant Allergy Scale) guide to allergy-friendly species to determine which plants to use.

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30th May 2017 - Gold Award  - Chelsea Allergy Friendly Garden

We are very proud of Darren Share and the whole team from Birmingham City Council who have won gold for the Allergy Friendly Garden stand at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The stand, as can be seen below, is a floral impression of Rowland Emett's "A Quiet Afternoon in Cuckoo Valley".

More information about Rowland Emett: http://www.rowlandemett.com/