Torbay Hospital garden to be re-dedicated
Following recent refurbishment, Torbay Hospital’s Heartsease garden is to be re-dedicated on Monday 15th October.
The Heartsease garden was established by South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, the Trust responsible for the running of Torbay Hospital, in partnership with the Miscarriage Association as a special place for remembering babies who have been lost during pregnancy or in the early days or months of life.
The name comes from the wild pansy, or Heartsease, which is traditionally used to symbolise the pain of separation from a loved one. Situated behind the Women’s Health Unit, families can choose to have a plaque mounted in the garden or use it as a peaceful place to sit and think.
The recent refurbishment of the garden has created additional space for plaques to ensure that future generations can continue to benefit from it.
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On Monday 15th October at 3.00pm there will be a short service of re-dedication in the garden followed by tea and light refreshments. All who are interested in the Garden, and especially those who have used it in the past, are welcome to come along.
Rev. Martin Manley of Torbay Hospital Chaplaincy said: “This garden means a lot to those who have discovered it. I hope that anyone who has suffered the heartbreak of losing a baby will find it a place of peace.”