Photo Credit Shropshire Star

To mark the arrival of our new limited edition forget me not we have temporarily transformed the walled garden at Attingham Park with a display of more than 700 of the copper and brass flowers.

The beautiful handcrafted flowers will be on display to the public between June 20th and July 3rd, entry to the display is free of charge but usual admission fees apply for Attingham Park.

Elodie Home, Legacy and In Memoriam Advisor at Severn Hospice, said:  “We wanted to create a beautiful keepsake that people would want to treasure in remembrance of anyone they held dear, not just someone we may have cared for.

“Our forget me nots are handcrafted in copper and brass and designed to be outdoors where they will catch the light and reflect their surroundings and then age gradually and gracefully, taking on a beautiful natural patina as they change over time.

“Our original appeal last year raised more than £90,000 thanks to the generosity and support of local people.

“By choosing to celebrate the life of a loved one with this forget me not, people are helping Severn Hospice be there for the next family who needs our help. Last year, we were able to help more than 2,000 people referred to us and every penny we raised will have made a difference to those families.”

The forget me nots are available to buy online, from reception at both of our hospices and from our community shops from Thursday.

We would like to thank the National Trust for  its continued support allowing us to use the grounds of Attingham Park.


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