Memorial garden for grieving parents opens up in Holywells Park

A baby bereavement garden for parents who have suffered miscarriages has opened.

The Miscarriage Association had originally funded two memorial benches for the space, with 13 youngsters taking part in summer NCS projects set to work on creating the garden next week.

Teenagers taking part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) carried out the work on the garden.

Team 12 of the National Citizen Service in the new Baby Bereavement Garden in Holywells Park.

Team 12 of the National Citizen Service in the new Baby Bereavement Garden in Holywells Park.

Miss Teen Suffolk Emma Collingridge and councillor Liz Harsant cut the ribbon at the weekend.

Conservative Councillor for Holywells,  Liz Harsant cuts the ribbon to open the new Baby Bereavement Garden in Holywells Park with  Miss Teen Suffolk Emma Collingridge.

Conservative Councillor for Holywells, Liz Harsant cuts the ribbon to open the new Baby Bereavement Garden in Holywells Park with Miss Teen Suffolk Emma Collingridge.

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