Meningitis Now exists to save lives and rebuild futures. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the charity, the garden has been inspired by the spirit and energy of families whose lives have been changed by meningitis. The first recorded case of the disease was in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which inspired the Cotswold garden setting.
A Greek-themed folly represents the charity, with a seat bearing the charity's motto. A carved stone tableau set in the back wall depicts the Greek god of medicine Asclepius. Divided by the folly are two walls, one representing the disease and the second the recovery.