Greenfingers welcome actress, Fiona Dolman as the charity’s newest Ambassador

The actress known for playing Sarah Barnaby in Midsomer Murders, Fiona Dolman has become a new ambassador for the Greenfingers charity.

Fiona Dolman, the actress from Midsomer Murders
credit: Greenfingers

The children’s hospice garden charity, Greenfingers have welcomed Fiona Dolman as one of their new Ambassadors of the charity. Dolman, a Scottish actress is best know for her portrayal of Miss Pamela Andrews in the ITV 2008 daytime drama series, The Royal Today, and more recently as Sarah Barnaby in the crime drama series Midsomer Murders.

By creating magical gardens, Greenfingers work to provide opportunities for children to enjoy the outdoors and connect with nature, making a real difference for many children and their families who spend time in hospices.

Dolman opened the new Greenfingers garden at Demelza Charity in Kent and said: “The garden of a hospice is essential. A haven for play, imagination, respite and solace where children and their families can be safely immersed in the healing power of nature. I am very proud to be an Ambassador for GreenFingers and support their vital, life-affirming gift of magical gardens for hospices.”

The new Demelza garden was designed by Andrew Fisher Tomlin & Dan Bowyer supported by Baylis Landscapes, Millbrook Garden Centres, The Peter Harrison Foundation, The Worshipful Company of Inn Holders, The Childwick Trust and Clarins. In 1999, the first Greenfingers garden was opened at Demelza Hospice Care for Children in Sittingbourne by Greenfingers founding president, Richard Jackson. Now, 25 years later, the team returned to the hospice to officially open their 66th Greenfingers garden.