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Crowland remembrance tree to commemorate families' pandemic suffering




A remembrance tree has been planted to honour those who have suffered in the pandemic.

Crowland in Bloom has planted the Amelanchier tree close to the Abbeyview Surgery and Snowdon Field in line with an Royal Horticultural Society incentive.
The society has been encouraging communities to plant trees to provide a space for families who were not able to say goodbye to loved ones.

Dr Fleur England with practice manager Helen Herbert and in bloom member Denise Searle (47096977)
Dr Fleur England with practice manager Helen Herbert and in bloom member Denise Searle (47096977)


Residents are also invited to place their own personal message within an engraved key ring which can be attached to the tree guard. Dr Fleur England, practice manager Helen Herbert and in bloom member Denise Searle are pictured with the tree.



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