Alan attempts to help the Chan family in Manchester whose garden has become a no-go area. David Domoney shows how to make a tired old deck look like new whilst Frances Tophill explains how to get the best from your garden.
Alan attempts to help the Estick family who are struggling to move past the loss of their youngest son. David Domoney shows how to tackle a overgrown hedge whilst Frances Tophill create a kitchen garden. Katie Rushworth plants a flowering hedge.
Alan and the team are in Burton Upon Trent where they attempt to help McGinn family whose life was turned upside down after dad, Pete, was seriously hurt whilst working as a police officer.
Alan and the team are in Runcorn working on the smallest garden they’ve ever tackled. Karan Waller would like the new garden to be a way of saying thank you to her family for all the support they’ve given her as she battles with a brain tumour.
Alan and the team are attempt to help the Woods family in Bideford in Devon. Tamsyn and husband Alex and their four children had been living the good life in the south of France but following a shocking brain injury for Alex and two brain haemorrhages, the family returned back to the United Kingdom and are facing a very different future.
Alan and the team have been asked to undertake a garden in the heart of London. They've been asked to do it for Joan Myers OBE, a senior nurse who has worked endlessly to help improve the ways in which children are cared for within the NHS.
Alan attempts to create a garden for a family with twin girls who have a serious, life limiting condition. Darcie and Evie Chapman are suffering with Dravet Syndrome, a very rare form of epilepsy affecting just 1 in every 40,000 people.
Alan c attempts to help wounded war hero Luke Simpson who lost his leg during his last tour of duty in Afghanistan. He’s always been a keen gardener but since the incident he’s found it hard to get the start he needs to create the cottage garden he craves.