NIGHTINGALE House Hospice will be coming into bloom in June with its second annual Sunflower Garden.
But these are not just any ordinary sunflowers. The hospice it appealing to people to fill out the petal below and dedicate it to a special person.
The petals that Nightingale House receives will then be made up into huge sunflowers displaying messages from loved ones and friends.
This is Nightingale House's second annual Sunflower Garden in celebration of National Hospice Week.
The Sunflower Garden was a huge success last year, with more than 600 people dedicating a sunflower petal to loved ones.
Last year's Sunflower Garden raised £6,000, and in this, the hospice's 10th anniversary year, it is hoping to top that figure so that it can continue its good work.
Louise Elliott, funding development officer for Nightingale House, said: 'This will be the second year for us to stage the Sunflower Garden. We were delighted with the response we had to the initiative last year when it was first introduced, with over 600 people choosing to dedicate a petal in honour or celebration of their loved ones. We are hoping for such a response once again this year.'
Nightingale House welcomes visitors to come along to see the beautiful flowers for themselves. They will be on display during National Hospice Week from June 13 to 18.
If you would like to dedicate a petal to someone, just write the name of the person you want to dedicate the petal to and your special message to them on the form below and send it to the address provided on the form. If you would like further information, contact Louise Elliott at the fundraising department on 01978 314292.
Anyone wishing to have a petal included in the displays needs to make a minimum donation of £5.