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Remember your loved ones with us this Summer with our Sunflower Memories celebration.
Our annual Sunflower Memories Appeal is the opportunity for you to remember a loved one or friend and help St Barnabas House at the same time.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have had to postpone the display of sunflowers until August this year.
We have also taken the decision to replace our usual gathering with a virtual dedication. This is to enable everyone to take part, including those that are still shielding or self-isolating.
We know that many of you like to view the sunflowers and attend one of the times of reflection which we hold. We will do our very best to make sure our virtual event feels just as special.
Visiting the hospice is still extremely restricted and in order to keep everyone safe and well can we please ask you to not visit the hospice to view your sunflowers.
We realise that this will be a disappointment for some of you but we are sure you will understand that our priority is to safeguard your wellbeing as well as that of our patients, families and staff.
We will record the dedication and the display of sunflowers and make it as widely available as possible; on our website, our social media pages and, if we have your email address, we will also send you a link to the video which will be available to view on Friday 21 August.
If you have any questions about the Sunflower Memories Appeal or would like to check that we have your email address, then please call James Millen on 01903 706329 or email email@example.com.