Giving in memory

Remembrance Garden

Remember your loved ones in this tranquil space

Remembrance Garden

The Remembrance Garden at the hospice in Wroughton provides a peaceful area for individuals to create a lasting memory for their loved ones.

The Remembrance Garden features our Memory Tree, placed in the heart of the garden. The tree is a beautiful memorial art installation designed to reflect the wooded surroundings of the garden, and to accompany the Bluebell Walk, so that people can continue to create their memorial tributes, while supporting the work of Prospect Hospice.

For more information about the Memory Tree and to see images of the leaves, please click on the tile below.

The Remembrance Garden has been designed with the visitor in mind featuring a blue summerhouse with ramp access. This ensures that the garden can be visited all year round, whatever the weather.

Our Bluebell Walk has very limited space remaining for pavers. These are available to people who have experienced the care and support services of Prospect Hospice for a loved one.  Pavers are in three different sizes and start from £500. For more information please call 01793 816161.

To ensure that the Remembrance Garden is a safe environment for both visitors and wildlife, guidelines are in place. From time to time we have volunteers working in the garden to help maintain it. If you would prefer to be alone in the garden, for example if you are marking an anniversary, please call the hospice so we can check when volunteer groups are due in.

Thank you to our supporters

The care we offer to patients and their families costs £7.5m every year, seventy-two percent of which is raised through the support of our community. Read more about our amazing supporters.

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