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Prince Philip Hospital Gardens Appeal

Join me in helping to raise £100,000 to create new therapeutic gardens for our older patients in Prince Philip Hospital.

I know as well as anyone how important it is for both your physical and mental health to get outside into the fresh air. I’d like to ask for your help in giving some of the frailest patients in Prince Philip Hospital access to therapeutic green spaces.



Our Prince Philip Hospital Gardens Appeal aims to fund new gardens for patients in:

  • Mynydd Mawr ward, a 15-bed elderly care rehabilitation unit
  • Bryngolau ward, a 15-bed older adult mental health unit.

The wards are located next door to each other on the ground floor of the hospital and have access to enclosed outdoor space. This space, however, is currently not in use and is not suitable for patients.


Help patients like Clare benefit from the power of nature. The new gardens will support recovery and promote wellbeing by providing safe, joyful and healing spaces where our older patients can enjoy fresh air, exercise and feel close to nature. The gardens will also provide a restful environment for staff and visitors.

Together we can make a big difference for patients at Prince Philip Hospital. To find out how, please follow the links below.

Thanks for your support!

Nigel Owens

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