A CANCER charity is offering bereaved relatives the chance to plant a daffodil in memory of a loved one.
Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Rotherham fundraising group launched the Field of Hope, in the town’s Clifton Park, 12 months ago.
People were able to arrange for a flower to be planted in someone’s memory and a dedication for each daffodil was then written in a remembrance book.
The appeal has now raised nearly £1,000 and following its success, the group is planting more bulbs ready for spring, when the daffodils bloom.
Anyone who wants to plant a flower should call 0114 2793010, or send donations to Rotherham Field Of Hope Appeal, 3 Bells Court, Bells Square, Sheffield S1 2FY.
Include your name and address, and the name, birthday and date of death of the person to be remembered.