Garden centre picks charity

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A GARDEN centre has pledged its support for a charity that helps children and adults with cerebral palsy.

Garsons of Titchfield has picked The Rainbow Centre in Fareham as its charity of the year.

The family-owned business has decided to support the organisation for the second year after being impressed by the work.

‘We’re so proud to be fund-raising for this fantastic charity for a second year,’ said director of Garsons, Clare James.

‘The work they do in helping people of all ages overcome life-changing conditions is incredible. All the staff here are thrilled to see how their efforts make a difference.’

The garden centre in Fontley Road will raise money for the charity with collection tins at its tills, donations of raffle prizes and more. To date, it has already raised more than £4,475.