The family of Harry Zambon, who died aged 25, have raised £10,000 to create a garden in his memory.

Harry had a stroke at the age of 21 leaving him paralysed. He was later diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer, glioblastoma.

After Harry's death in February 2019 his family wanted to honour his legacy by building a garden at Jersey College for Girls, where he was a student.

The family hope that others can 'have a quiet place to enjoy and have time to reflect'.

Having a peaceful outdoor space on the College campus will allow students an appropriate and suitable place to take some time out for thinking and reflection away from the busy College environment.

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