Here's how you can dedicate a striking pink flower to remember a loved one with The Prince of Wales Hospice forget-me-not appeal

As spring finally arrives, The Prince of Wales Hospice have launched their forget me not appeal, with the introduction of a striking pink coloured flower.

Friday, 16th April 2021, 4:06 pm
Updated Monday, 19th April 2021, 10:33 am
Based on the Tower of London poppies, the stunning flowers are made from iron and make a wonderful addition to any garden.

Based on the Tower of London poppies, the stunning flowers are made from iron and make a wonderful addition to any garden.

You are invited to dedicate a forget me not flower to remember a loved one, or to celebrate the life of someone you love.

Anne Giblin, Legacy and In Memory Fundraiser at the Hospice said: “We are delighted to bring back our forget me not appeal this year.

"The flowers are now available in a traditional forget me not blue and a more striking pink colour.

"In these times when many of us have experienced the death of a loved one, they really are a beautiful keepsake to treasure forever.

"Anyone is welcome to dedicate a forget me not – you don’t need to have any connection to the Hospice. Every flower dedicated will help to provide loving care for our patients and their families.”

A stunning display of the flowers will be in the Hospice gardens for two weeks this June, and you can see them for yourself at the Hospice Garden Party on Sunday, June 27.

To dedicate your forget me not flower, simply visit pwh.org.uk/flower or call Anne on 01977 781488.