The benefits of artificial grass come to the Butterwick Hospice in Stockton
We collaborated with professional artificial grass installers and landscapers Discover Landscapes, to donate and install one of our top-selling artificial grasses to the garden project recently undertaken at Butterwick Hospice in Stockton. The new bright and spacious garden area at the hospice means the patients, family, and friends of the charity now have an accessible and inviting outdoor space to relax and spend quality time with loved ones.
Founded in 1984 by Mary Butterwick, Butterwick Care serves the communities of Teesside, County Durham, North Yorkshire, and Wearside. The charity provides free of charge support to babies, children, and adults with progressive life-limiting illnesses.
Why Butterwick Hospice is Special
When Danny Storey of Discover Landscapes was introduced to Butterwick Hospice in Stockton he saw first-hand the amazing team of doctors, nurses, and therapists at Butterwick who provide 24-hour on-going care. The extensive care programme includes the management of symptoms and pain relief, end-of-life support, respite services, a variety of complementary therapies, and bereavement care, amazingly this support is offered completely free of charge to patients and their families.
The hospice focuses on all aspects of care both mental and physical, the benefits of fresh air and natural daylight are vital to the continued good mental health within the hospice, so they looked to create a fresh and inviting space that people could enjoy individually or within their family units. Danny and his time were delighted to be involved in the garden restoration project and wasted no time contacting us at Namgrass.
Which artificial grass did you use?
We were more than happy to donate one of our most popular products, Exbury Bright, a densely thatched, deep luxury pile grass that is perfect for high traffic. Although hard-wearing, the grass is still super soft and perfect for the patients and families of the hospice. Danny then had no trouble recruiting volunteers for installing the artificial grass from his great team and the garden was quickly transformed.