On 15th June Surrey Sands spent time in Guildford town centre to help raise awareness of the #15babiesaday that are dying before during or shortly after birth. Hearing people say ‘wow is it really 15?’ and ’15, thats too many’ really showed us that we made some impact.
With immediate effect, Emma Kedge is the new chair of Surrey Sands. The other members of the updated committee will be: Josie Fisher (Treasurer) Susan Rose (Secretary) Caroline Evans (Committee volunteer) Becky Collins (Committee volunteer) Lucy Gadney (Committee volunteer) Max Dobson (Committee volunteer) Sarah Dobson (Committee volunteer) Rochelle Beaumont (Committee volunteer)
The Kingston Children and Babies Memorial Garden was officially opened on Saturday 24th September by the Mayor and Mayoress of Kingston, Geoff and Sheila Austin. Surrey Sands worked in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kingston to raise the funds to extend their babies memorial garden with bereavement services at Kingston crematorium. It was designed and constructed by Andrew Farquharson … Read More
We are delighted to announce that the Kingston Children and Babies Memorial Garden will officially open on Saturday 24th September at 2pm. We have worked in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kingston to raise funds to extend their babies memorial garden with bereavement services at Kingston crematorium. Andrew Farquharson Garden Design were awarded the contract in January 2016 after … Read More
This page will be updated below as the garden progresses. For more photos, please visit our facebook album. The planting is all in place and it looks simply glorious in the summer sunshine. The planting is almost complete with the finishing touches taking place tomorrow. The build is nearly there too with just a few ‘special features’ due to arrive … Read More
We are delighted to be in the position of fundraising for our fourth babies memorial garden. Working in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Sands are raising funds to extend their babies memorial garden with bereavement services at Kingston Cemetery. There is a existing garden area that will be extended using planting and hard landscaping to … Read More