Say it with flowers at Celebration of Life

21st June 2017

IT's the summer Daisy Chain made up of memorieswith every petal celebrating the life of a St Luke's Hospice patient.

The St Luke's Celebration of Life returns to the hospice gardens in Little Common Lane on Sunday July 30, a chance to celebrate life and share the memory of loved ones. And one of the highlights of the afternoon will be the giant daisy chain, with every flower commemorating the life of a St Luke's patient. -This summer we are asking our supporters and friends to celebrate precious moments with family and friends by sharing their own special memories on a St Luke's Daisy, said St Luke's Fundraising Campaigns Co-ordinator Roisin McAteer. -Every flower we receive will then be displayed in a daisy chain of hundreds of other stories from our community at our Celebration of Life Garden Party. The party begins in the St Luke's gardens at 2pm on Sunday July 30 and will include everything from live music to face painting and craft activities as well as cream teas and refreshments. Visitors will also be able to add the names of their loved ones to the St Luke's Book of Celebration, printed on special seeded paper that will later be planted in the hospice gardens to create a special wildflower area. To make a donation, dedicate a daisy and find out more about the event simply visit

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