PICTURES: Tom Brake MP visits Sutton couple's 'Little Eden' transformed into a haven for special needs children
A hidden garden created by a couple as a haven for special needed children received an important visitor last week.
Little Eden was created by Dawn and Glenn Harvey in their back garden after their son, Tate, was born six years ago with Down's Syndrome, a hole in his heart and talipes which means he cannot walk.
Hayley Andrews with six-year-old Tate Harvey
Mrs Harvey opens the garden every Monday and Friday from 2pm to 6pm for children with special needs.
The garden, which also operates as a support network for parents, is free but there is a charity box with every penny going towards the garden’s upkeep and food for the youngsters.
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Two-year-old Luke Giddins
Tom Brake, Tate Harvey and Dawn Harvey
Tom Brake With Luke Giddins
Caroline and two-year-old Lucas Vandoros
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