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Jacksons Fencing teams up with Titchmarsh to garden for a worthy cause

  • Jacksons Fencing helps create dream garden for hit ITV show Love Your Home and Garden
  • The redesign opens up the garden for an elderly couple, one of whom lives with dementia

Alan Titchmarsh’s hit ITV series of Love Your Home and Garden is back on our TV screens. The programme recognises inspirational people facing challenging life situations. In recognition of their dedication, Alan and his team give their house and garden a surprise make-over. This makes their lives a little easier, improving their quality of life with a dramatic transformation which is practically designed as well.

Jacksons Fencing are on hand to help as Alan travels to Hemel Hempstead where an elderly couple cope with the husband Mike’s dementia. The garden was over a metre below the house, making it inaccessible to Mike at a time when mental stimulation is more important than ever.

Alan and the team’s vision was to open up the garden for Mike and his wife Anne to enjoy. Along with design and theming, an important aspect was accessibility. As Mike previously found it challenging or even impossible to go into the garden, Alan wanted him to be able to go outside and explore it with ease.

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