Horatio's Gardens sow seeds of hope

Horatio Chapple died in 2011

It was supposed to be an adventure holiday - an expedition to the Arctic Circle. But, it ended in tragedy when Horatio Chapple was killed by a polar bear.

But from his death, a powerful legacy has emerged, as his family launched a charity to create beautiful healing gardens at spinal injury units.

The first, at Salisbury District Hospital, has been a great success - and now, plans have been unveiled for another at Stoke Mandeville hospital.

Horatio's mother, Olivia, has been speaking exclusively to Rachel Hepworth about her extraordinary son.

The Salisbury garden has already transformed patients' lives Credit: ITV

Rachel spoke to Olivia Chapple and garden designer Joe Swift. We also heard from Demi Bishop and Liz McMillan, patients at Salisbury's spinal injuries unit, and George Plumtree, Chief Executive of the National Gardens Scheme.

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