The Ever After Garden at Grosvenor Square is filled with over 25,000 illuminated white roses.

Visitors are invited to dedicate a rose to a loved one and to make a donation to The Royal Marsden.

The installation will be open to the public every day until Tuesday the 19th of December.

The garden’s launch last night, was attended by actor Bill Nighy, who cut the ribbon to officially open the garden for visitors.

Bill said: “The Ever After Garden is a wonderful way of combining an opportunity for people to express their loss while at the same time funding the research and treatment required to help families affected by cancer.”

The Ever After Garden in 2022 was the most successful to date, raising over £200,000. The garden has now raised over £450,000 since it was first created in 2019.

It was inspired by the late Production Designer and Art Director Michael Howells, whose work included the film Ever After, after which the garden is named, and ITV’s Victoria. His friends, Fashion Designer and Trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity Anya Hindmarch CBE and Fashion Writer Camilla Morton, created the Ever After Garden as a welcoming haven to remember those we have lost.