Interesting! London-based man raises money for charity by shaping hedges into elephants
Tim Bushe, a London-based architect's has found a unique way to attract funds for charity that is looking after his ailing sister and others.
The architect has been shaping hedges in Finsbury Park in the shape of elephants which attracted one of the journalist Rhalou Allerhand and he posted pictures on Twitter. He said, "The world has gone to s*#t but it's OK because someone has done this to their hedge in Finsbury Park."
The world has gone to shit but it's OK because someone has done this to their hedge in Finsbury Park. 🐘 pic.twitter.com/7vAxvCQF5t— Rhalou Allerhand (@Rhalou) April 17, 2018
An organisation Charity Hft which works for people with learning difficulties, through ongoing topiary projects in public spaces, Tim has been raising funds for the same.
Tim wrote on his JustGiving Page, "I am raising money for Hft through an ongoing topiary project in public spaces that engage local communities and create an amusing talking point."
He further added, "For many years Hft have looked after my youngest sister Martha who has Down Sydrome. She is wonderfully happy in a safe and secure community of people with similar disabilities."
His elephant-shaped hedges received appreciation on Twitter:
Wonderful to see this masterpiece:— Rajesh Mohan (@raj_psyc) April 18, 2018
Elephants should never be 'in the room'
Best thing I’ve seen ever.— Dave Edwards (@RealDaveEdwards) April 19, 2018
I’m guessing they’re a privet hedge fund manager or some such.