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HOSPICE IN NEED OF LAND FOR MEMORIAL FIELD


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he Peace Hospice is appealing to local landowners to donate one acre of land that


could be used as a Peace Hospice Memorial area. The Memorial area would be used to plant


trees in memory of loved ones who had died and would be a place for visitors to have a time of reflection whilst being able to enjoy the surroundings. The Hospice is hoping that someone would be able to donate some land with good access in its catchment area of South West Hertfordshire. Hospice Community Fundraising Manager Gill


Crowson said: “Having somewhere that families can go to celebrate the life of a loved one can be really important. We are hoping that somebody will be able to let the Hospice have a field that we can use to help support people coping with bereavement.” She added “We plan to hold a tree planting day


followed by a family memorial service once the trees are established. The area will also be used to plant lots of bluebells and will be open for people to visit at anytime. “I really hope that somebody will be able to


help with this project.” The Peace Hospice, based in Watford, cares for


people living with a life limiting or terminal illness and supports their families from across South West Hertfordshire. It provides inpatient care, day care, an outpatient service, a hospice at home service as well as bereavement support. The Hospice needs to raise £3 million of


charitable income this year in order to run and develop its services. All the care that the Hospice provides to its patients and their families is free. For more information contact Gill Crowson on 01923 335370.


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