Woodland for Sue Ryder… a perfect memory for a loved one

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Thanks to a partnership with Henley Town Council, a piece of land off Tilebarn Close, near to the tennis courts has been leased to Sue Ryder for free to plant a woodland. The local community group Henley in Transition have also helped with the project and the company Timberland have sponsored the set up costs.

The aim of the woodland is to help grow services in the community for local people and their families. Sue Ryder provides care in the local Nettlebed Hospice and the Duchess of Kent House in Reading.

Helen who lost her husband Terry at Nettlebed Hospice is proud to be supporting the Woodland. She’d like to encourage anyone, either in memory of a loved one or a special celebration, to sponsor a tree. It will be a wonderful place to visit, as well as providing funds to help other families.

In 2013 you can sponsor a maple, beech or hornbeam tree for £120, which will pay for a specialist nurse for one day.

To find out more visit www.sueryder.org/henleywoodland or call 01491 641227