We are asked on a number of occasions to advise our parents of events that are going on in the local area, so as not to contravene Data Protection Regulations and reduce the amount of marketing material sent to you, we have created this page where we will place details of events that we feel parents might find useful.
The Wilderness garden was first created by Rev William Wilks, Vicar of Shirley and former secretary of the Royal Horticulture Society, between 1904 and 1923: a wild garden that lived up to the house’s name. Over a 100 years later it has been restored by MHA to its former glory and both our residents and visitors couldn’t be happier with the beautiful garden.
The aim of the ground - breaking project is to improve the lives and the heritage experiences of the residents who live within our care home, MHA Hall Grange together with the local and wider communities in London.
MHA The Wilderness provides opportunities for skill - building through its heritage as well as revealing a rich tapestry of stories that will come alive through the reawakening of the garden.
Join MHA Communities South London engaging programme of activities and establish new connections with locals. With exciting activities occurring at the Wilderness garden and around Croydon.