- Sponsored by
- Homes & Communities Agency, Communities & Local Government, London Employer Accord
- Designed by
- Paul Stone in partnership with Roderick James Architects LLP, Architecture sans Frontières-UK, BCHA (Bournemouth), Crisis Skylight (London), Look Ahead (London), Noah Enterprises (Luton), Providence Row (London), Supported Housing for
- Built by
- Teams of individuals from homelessness services and ex-offenders from across England & Wales
- Planting list
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At 590 square metres, Places of Change is the largest show garden ever at Chelsea.
Created in collaboration with some of the most socially excluded people in our society, this garden features a series of achievements in horticulture, garden design and construction. Zones such as Crops & Food, Floristry & Leisure and Medicine & Health act as metaphors for the perceptions and activities that shape our society.
Our story is relevant to everyone, showing how positive involvement in horticulture can engage people in learning and skills development and help them to make lasting changes to their lives.