A Tea Party at Hampton Court for RNIB

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Mad HatterLast week I had a wonderful time at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. It contained the most beauty per square foot of anywhere I’ve ever been. Amongst the stunning flowers and verdant gardens, I saw some exquisite literary sculptures by Robert James Ltd.  The Robert James Stand was held in association with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). Visitors were able to touch and feel each of the exhibits and use RNIB’s PenFriend – a pen that provides pre-recorded audio information about each of the exhibits. They wanted visitors to have a rich sensory experience regardless of their level of vision. Set up as the Mad Hatter’s tea party, the sculptures of the Mad Hatter and Alice were my favourites.The White Rabbit

This is the campaign they were supporting: The RNIB’s involvement with Robert James’ sculptures is part of the ‘Read for RNIB’ campaign. The RNIB believes that the almost…

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