They always say, you should say it with flowers - and that’s exactly what florists for St Joseph’s Church in Dinnington did, when they paid tribute to dementia charity Lost Chord.
The Sheffield church regularly donates to the South Yorkshire charity, that provides vital interactive music experiences for people living with dementia in care homes and day centres across the region. As part of the church’s Centenary Flower Festival recently, the church’s music group decided to create a special floral tribute to celebrate the work of the charity.
Lost Chord chief executive Helena Muller said: “The magnificent display they created on the alter of St Joseph’s depicted a treble clef - the Lost Chord symbol - and below that a keyboard in red and white carnations which was very skilfully and imaginatively executed by floral arranger Susan Parker.
“St Joseph’s have always been keen supporters of Lost Chord, over many years, and this was a beautiful way to celebrate that association as part of the church’s 100th anniversary.”
Visit www.lost-chord.org.uk for details about the charity’s work or call 01709 811160 if you would like to get involved.