St Mary’s Hospice launch beautiful installation of forget-me-not flowers in the heart of Brindleyplace.

 

Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice has launched a beautiful installation of forget-me-not flowers in the heart of Brindleyplace. This inspiring memorial is an opportunity for the whole community to celebrate and pay tribute to the special people they have lost.

Between Monday 24th April and Monday 1st May 2017, individual wrought iron forget-me-nots made by the British Ironwork Centre will be planted in a stunning floral display at Brindleyplace, with each flower a symbol of your special person who is no longer with us.

For a suggested donation, you can remember your loved one by having your very own forget-me-not flower form part of the installation. As well as helping to create a spectacular city centre display, the flower will then be yours to keep after the event as a lasting memory.

Helen O’Halloran, Director of Nursing, said: “The Forget Me Not appeal is about the city coming together to remember and celebrate the lives of loved ones lost.

Every kind donation of a flower will help fund our work providing vital care and support to local families living with terminal illness.

We hope the installation launch will inspire people to come along to support the appeal.”

Flowers are available for donation by visiting https://www.birminghamhospice.org.uk/Appeal/forgetmenot

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