Chris Beardshaw, who is a lifelong supporter of the the RNLI, designed The RNLI Garden in celebration of the history and modernity of this multi-faceted charity, which has been saving lives at sea for almost 200 years. Its design marries style hints from the organisation’s Georgian origins with contemporary design cues to reflect the forward-looking spirit of the RNLI today.
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Our volunteer lifeboat crews provide a 24-hour rescue service in the UK and Ireland, and our seasonal lifeguards look after people on busy beaches. Our Flood Rescue Team helps those affected by flooding.
RNLI crews and lifeguards have saved over 142,700 lives since 1824 but we’re more than a rescue service. We influence, supervise and educate people too. Our Community Safety teams explain the risks and share safety knowledge with anyone going out to sea or to the coast. And our international teams work with like-minded organisations to help tackle drowning in communities at risk all around the world.
Following its showcase at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, all plants from the garden were sold at a special event at RNLI Plymouth headquarters to raise funds for RNLI. Each plant is now being enjoyed in its new home across the UK. The urns have a new permanent home at the RNLI College in Poole. The pavilion will be added to the collection of beautiful sculptures at ‘Sculpture by the Lakes’, nestled in the Dorset countryside. The Purbeck stone is being incorporated into the Minehead Lifeboat Station renovation, due to be completed in December 2022, and the specially commissioned planters will be installed at RNLI headquarters as a permanent momento of their RHS Chelsea Flower Show experience.