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RHS Chelsea Preview Speakers: Will Dutch & Tin Tin Azure-Marxen


Join Will Dutch & Tin Tin Asure-Marxen of Dutch Landscape Architects at our RHS Chelsea Flower Show Preview on Friday 19 April. The duo’s design for the The Pulp Friction Growing Skills Garden is an inclusive setting that will challenge perceptions of what people with learning disabilities and autism can achieve.

The inspiration for the garden comes from the story of Pulp Friction’s creation, which started by taking smoothie bikes to events and festivals, providing an opportunity for people with Learning Disabilities and/ or Autism to gain confidence and work experience. The motion and colours created by the bikes formed the inspiration for the garden. This concept drove the development of the garden and the idea to tell the story of Pulp Friction and their supporters.

The Pulp Friction Growing Skills Garden is supported by Project Giving Back, a unique grant-making charity that provides funding for gardens for good causes at RHS Chelsea Flower Show. PGB will fund a total of 15 gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2024.

Tickets are limited so please buy your ticket now to avoid disappointment. To secure yours click the button below.

All ticket sales from this day will go to Woodland Heritage, a charity dedicated to creating a UK more self-sufficient in timber grown in healthy, well-managed woodlands that benefit people and wildlife.

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