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Gwynedd Landscapes working with the BBC DIY SOS team in the Conwy Valley - As seen on TV

Eight-year-old Erica Williams asked the BBC TV show DIY SOS: The Big Build to help after her dad David received treatment for bowel cancer and was unable to complete building work on their home. She lost her mum, Gemma, to cancer two years ago. David explained that Erica’s mum Gemma was diagnosed with cancer and he quit his job as a bin man to become her full-time carer.Two months after his wife’s death in 2009, David was diagnosed with cancer which meant that building work was put on hold.. Erica and dad David have been living in a caravan parked outside. He has been undergoing surgery and chemotherapy so was unable to carry on with the work to make the house fit to live in.

DIY SOS contacted us to ask if we would design and install a new garden area for Erica and David and of course we were only too happy to help out.

This was quite a challenging project to design and install as the whole outside area was built  up on slate waste. This meant that any flower beds or grass wouldn't stand a chance of surviving because there was not soil. So we  decided to build into the design a series of raised flower beds and decided to use artificial grass so that Erica has a soft area to play on.

Work started on August 10th  and we had only 9 days to complete. Apart from the odd day of rain everything went to plan and the project was completed on time.

I have to say that the DIY SOS team are absolutely fantastic, what you see on telly is just what they are like in real life.

In all with our team of five landscapers there were over seventy tradesmen on site every day.

From builders to plasterers, plumbers and electricians and roofers to tillers. It was an amazing experience for everyone that took part.

We would like to thank C L Jones builders merchants for supplying all the timber for the raised beds and decking and also Bethesda Quarry for supplying all the dressed walling slate and decorative slate gravel.

When the project was completed we were invited back on the hand over day which was quite emotional for us and everyone that took place in creating a beautiful home and garden for David and Erica.

They both loved their new home and garden and we wish them all the best for a brighter and happier future.

Gwynedd Landscapes with the team from BBC DIY SOS