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A memorial garden for Rosie Darbyshire has been created in Moor Nook

Posted on - 8th October, 2019 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, Ribbleton
Rosie Darbyshire’s memorial garden

A memorial garden has been created in Moor Nook to remember Rosie Darbyshire, who was murdered in February.

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Friends and family were granted permission to create a permanent memorial to Rosie at the junction of Village Drive and Pope Lane.

Rosie Darbyshire
Rosie Darbyshire

Following the news Rosie had been killed, dozens of balloons and bunches of flowers were placed at the spot in tribute to the much loved mum-of-one.

Read more: Mourners gather to say goodbye to Rosie Darbyshire

Volunteers have been working hard to dig out and plant up the patch of land, which belongs to Ribble Village Health Centre.

A sheltered seating area gives Rosie’s loved ones a quiet place to sit and remember her.

Rosies memorial garden

A Facebook page was set up to post regular updates and photos of how the garden is coming on.

It says: “Rosie was tragically taken from us on the 7th February 2019. All the flowers that were left at the end of Village Drive were beautiful, made it look so bright and showed just how much she was loved.

“We have been given permission off the doctors and the council to turn this space into a memorial garden.

“We are wanting to dig a patch out and make it so the weeds won’t grow through and plant lots of beautiful plants/flowers to make it colourful, just like Rosie.

“This will give people somewhere to go to feel close to Rosie, share memories and provide a remembrance for her family and friends.”

Local clubs and businesses held competitions and collections to raise money for the garden.

Work on Rosie’s memorial garden

What do you think of the memorial garden? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.

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