Our Herd of Hospice sponsored charity horse galloped into our development at Lavender Fields, Isfield on Thursday 6th July. As part of a major new fundraising campaign by Hospice in the Weald, the vibrant life-size fibreglass horse statue named Pebbles, was unveiled at an event in front of a crowd of guests.Hospice in the Weald has recently launched their innovative campaign ‘Herd of the Hospice’, which will see over 25 large fibreglass horses delivered to various popular locations around Kent and East Sussex, including Tonbridge, where luxury homebuilder Millwood are based. The charity is creating a trail for members of the public to locate and share pictures with the individually designed and decorated horses.
Designed by artist Deborah Charity, Pebbles, Millwood’s sponsored horse features a zebra print striped pattern made from glass pebbles in the company’s signature logo colours, black and silver. The temporary artwork fixture will remain at the Lavender Fields from July and run until September, with the horse then being auctioned off to the highest bidder at an auction event in October.
On Thursday 6th July, guests were taken to the covered horse statue located in the communal gardens at the Manor House, at the centre of the development. Managing Director of Millwood Designer Homes, John Elliott said at the event: “We are delighted to be able to work alongside local businesses and charities, such as Hospice in the Weald, who provide excellent support to local communities.
If you would like to know more about this fantastic cause run by Hospice in the Weald.