Blooming for the fourth year, the Phyllis Tuckwell Memory Meadow is a stunning floral tribute which celebrates the lives of loved ones who are no longer with us, but are never forgotten.
Date: Saturday 30th March 2019
Venue: Memory Meadow Remembrance Service, Guildford Stoke Park.
Phyllis Tuckwell Memory Meadow is a wonderful floral tribute which celebrates the lives of those who are no longer with us, but are still loved and never forgotten.
Its colourful mix of flowers blooms every year between February and May* as a reminder of those who are special to us. We would like to invite you to a special remembrance event to celebrate the lives of those loved ones.
Our remembrance event is taking place at the Memory Meadow site, on Saturday 30th March from 10:30am to 12pm.
The service, starting at 11am, will feature inspiring readings and songs sung by a local choir. Tea and coffee will be available beforehand, from 10:30am. After the service you will then be able to walk around the Meadow, reflecting on and remembering the life of your loved one within the beautiful surroundings.
As part of this event you are invited to make a dedication online on our virtual meadow www.pth.org.uk/memorymeadow in memory of a loved one. All those attending the event will be given a Book of Remembrance which will include a list of all those being remembered. Please make sure your dedications reach us by Friday 15th March in order to be included in the Book.
As well as writing a dedication in memory of your loved one, we hope that you will also consider making a donation to support our vital work, caring for those facing a terminal illness. Anything you give will help us to continue caring for and supporting local patients, families and carers, when and where they need us most.
*please note that we are expecting the mix of flowers to bloom between February and may, but this is subject to change depending on environmental factors.
The Phyllis Tuckwell Memory Meadow is situated in Stoke Park, very close to the Nightingale road entrance of the park, GU1 1ER.
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