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Memory Garden

Making a dedication in our virtual Hospice memory garden, creates a special place of comfort to visit at any time to remember and reflect on your memories of a loved one. You can share stories, photographs and memories of moments that have touched your life and been special to you and your family. Your story will be available in our garden and can be viewed by visitors at any time.


Adrian Paul Briers

Adrian Paul Briers

Remembering my loving daddykins, whom I lost too soon love and miss you everyday dad you really are hugely missed all my love always Hayley xxxx

In memory of Denise, a feisty lady with a great zest for life and a sense of humour to match. So many years, so many memories, Denise, from piling kids into cars for picnics in the woods, to weekends away, holidays abroad - you did love a good holiday or cruise - dinner parties, card evenings etc. A life well lived - you will be sorely missed. Jan and Ken x
Alan was born and breed in Letchworth but his heart belonged to Sunderland where his parents and wider family were born. His was a wonderful husband, loving Father and much loved Grandfather. Always missed and never forgotten.
Our donation is for the memory of Anthony Silver of Letchworth Garden City who we have known for well over 35 year and was a dear friend of ours. His warmth and sense of humour and our mutual interest in football especially Spurs, meals out together and quiz nights will be in our memories forever.
In loving memory of my dear mum, Beryl Valerie Hopkins. She loved sport and joined in with all the football competitions we used to run, so when one of our group decided to donate to a good cause I matched his gift to send the money today. Mum would have loved the gesture as much as she loved her football and I thank you for the care you showed her in February of 2015. Steve Earnshaw
My Auntie Della was such a lovely character - she had an infectious smile and a very warm and loving heart. I know everyone she met felt this - shown by the love and support shown after her passing away. I'm gutted she didn't get to 90 - because i know there would have been a cracking party to be had. Lots of love & you'll always live on in my heart. Lauren xxx
Donating in memory of my beloved Fiance Adam. You were my light, my soul my love. I miss you every moment of the day but keep you in my heart for eternity and back round again. Thank you to all the staff and volunteers at the Garden House Hospice who took care of Adam in our darkest hours. You are all amazing and Adam's family and I will never forget your kindness, support and care. Thank you all so much. Lori xxx
My children always knew Michael as Michael on his bykle when they were small as he cycled everywhere. He was a lovely man and my granddaughters loved it when he met us at Hitchin library for song and rhyme time and then came back to Grandpa Peter's flat for lunch. ❤️
Janet was the beloved Mother of our beautiful best friend Michelle. We want you to know, we'll all look out and be there for Michelle always. RIP Janet and enjoy flying high with your angel wings.May they be as glamorous as you! Big love - Jayne, Emma, Karen, Jo, Sam, Claire, Vickey, Louise & Stacey xxxxxx
Jan, you were a beautiful lady inside and out. As the mum of our best friend Tina, you're a part of so many of our childhood memories - especially pool parties and picking us up from school to come home with Tina and play (mainly in the garage when we were younger!). May you now rest in peace. All our love, from Emma, Katie, Kelly, Kerry, Sarah and Sheena & families xx
My Grandfather used to take me to London to the museums and along the Thames. Great afternoons of discovery and conversation