Volunteers transform Broomfield hospital garden

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The hard work of kind-hearted volunteers was recognised last week as a new-look garden was unveiled at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford. Work to improve the therapies garden was led by members of Chelmsford 41 club with representatives from the Round Table, Tangent and Ladies Circle. Professor Sheila Salmon, chairman of Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust, said: "This really is a new beginning as we have restored the garden back to how it should be. This means it can now be enjoyed by many different people and will really make a big difference to them."

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