CED Stone Inspiring Beautiful Landscapes

The Cancer Research UK Legacy Garden

Posted: 15 Jul, 2021


Gold Medal, Best Show Garden, People's Choice, Best Construction


Cancer Research UK


The design of the landscape in this show garden is a figure of eight, forming the symbol of infinity. The two interlocking circles symbolise 'continuity and that progress is everlasting. Each new cancer research breakthrough inspires the next.'

A sinuous water feature laid with Grey Paddlestones connects the two halves of the garden, the source of the water and destination of it is hidden from view as to create an infinite feature. A timber walkway appears to float above the garden and colourful scented planting leading to a seating area sunk into the ground. For the pathways and sunken areas CED Stone supplied CEDEC Silver footpath gravel and White Limestone Aggregate.

The garden represents our legacy supporters and our researchers, who together will help to beat cancer for future generations.

*All pictures by Tom Simpson

Products used:
White Limestone Aggregate
Grey Paddlestones
CEDEC Footpath Gravel - Silver

Tom Simpson

Designer: Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson Design is a London based garden design service tailored to each client’s specific needs and desires, to create truly personal spaces in which people can relax and enjoy.

Rosebank Landscaping

Contractor: Rosebank Landscaping

Rosebank Landscaping is a multi-award-winning landscape design and build practice that conceives, creates and cares for distinctive gardens and open spaces for residential, commercial and public realm clients across the UK and internationally.