Lesotho Garden wins People’s Choice Award at Chelsea Flower Show Lesotho inspired garden ‘Hope in Vulnerability’ has been voted by the British public as their favourite garden awarding Matt Keightley the People’s Choice Award at the Chelsea Flower Show 2015 (The South African; 2015). It was designed to mimic the wild landscape of Lesotho, the landlocked African kingdom in which it works with vulnerable, HIV positive children (Daily Mail, 2015).
If you follow horticulture, you know that the Chelsea Flower Show is the pinnacle of all flower shows. Thousands make their trek each year, like Islam’s followers to Mecca. I am included in the hordes who flock to London each May to check out the fabulous garden displays.
Prince Harry has pleased everyone this week with a highly successful trip to Lesotho as part of work for his charity Sentebale. Prince Harry worked alongside the younger brother of Lesotho’s King, Prince Seeiso as part of the charity which he setup in 2006 to commemorate both their deceased mothers. Sentebale means ‘forget me not’ in Sotho. The two princes visited Kananelo Centre for the Deaf, in a rural setting outside the capital Maseru. It is one of just two schools…
Article originality appeared in a post by the BBC. Prince Harry is making a return trip to the southern African kingdom of Lesotho where he has long-standing personal charity interests. Seven years ago the prince helped set up a charity to support vulnerable children affected by HIV/Aids, working with the brother of Lesotho’s king. Prince Harry will visit two local projects on Wednesday. He will first go to a centre for the deaf near the capital Maseru then to a…
Prince Seeiso has co-founded a charity, Sentebale, with Britain’s Prince Harry to help meet some of the challenges that face this remote country. One of Sentebale’s missions is to help provide an education for the herd boys.
It’s not every day that a member of the Royal family of Lesotho visits Maliba Mountain lodge, however each visit is a special one and lives long in the memory.
Prince Harry rode into a mountain village on horseback in a colourful African royal procession before introducing his brother William to one of the world’s poorest countries.
As the two brothers began a two-day visit to the southern African nation of Lesotho, Prince Harry was given the rare honour of a royal procession to welcome him to the impoverished kingdom, where his Sentebale charity helps vulnerable children.