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St Giles Hospice invites people to remember loved ones at memorial gardens in Lichfield and Whittington

A local charity is inviting people to remember loved ones at memorial gardens in Lichfield and Whittington.

Katie O'Sullivan and Elinor Eustace, members of the St Giles Hospice fundraising team, preparing for the Celebrate Lives Lived garden initiative

Katie O’Sullivan and Elinor Eustace, members of the St Giles Hospice fundraising team, preparing for the Celebrate Lives Lived garden initiative

St Giles Hospice will offer people the chance to dedicate an orange gerbera sign to those they have lost.

The colourful signs, which can be created with a donation, will then be placed in gardens at the hospice in Fisherwick Road throughout May and in Beacon Park from May 21 to 31.

Abi Mills, from St Giles Hospice, said: “The creation of our annual Celebrate Lives Lived garden is always a special time for everybody at St Giles as we mark the arrival of spring with a bright and uplifting display of celebration and remembrance.

“This year St Giles has chosen the orange gerbera flower, which is a symbol of joy, happiness and warmth, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the hospice.”

For more information visit www.stgileshospice.com/celebrateliveslived.

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