£100.00 – £350.00
The Countess of Brecknock Hospice Eternal Tree is a beautiful, handcrafted copper wall sculpture set in the family area of our inpatient unit. Engraved maple leaves can be added to the branches to create a stunning artwork and a lasting collection of memories and special messages.Leaves can be dedicated in memory of a loved one, to express thanks, as a gift, to show support for the hospice or simply be engraved with your own name or personal message.
You can choose from a gold, silver or bronze coloured maple leaf.
Our Eternal Tree represents the beauty of life, enduring strength and eternal peace.
Your chosen leaf will be engraved with up to three lines of text and a short date (dd/mm/yyyy).
Your leaf will remain on our Eternal Tree for three years. You can then decide to make a further payment for your leaf to remain in place or we will send you your leaf in a presentation pouch.
On receipt of your order, we will acknowledge receipt and confirm your message with you. You then have 7 days to make any amendments. Leaves are ordered on a monthly basis and, once your
leaf is in place, we will contact you. You and your family will be very welcome to come and view it or, if you prefer, we will send you a photograph of your leaf on the Eternal Tree.
Spaces count as characters. You do not need to use all the lines or have a date.
Messages which may cause offence will not be permitted. CoBH reserves the right to approve any message ahead of engraving or display on our Eternal Tree.
|Type of Leaf||
Bronze Leaf, Silver Leaf, Gold Leaf
Updated as of 15 April 2021:
Please do not ask to be admitted to the Hospice as we need to protect our patients and staff. Please put letters or donations in the Red Post Box in the porch. It is emptied regularly.
Visits are restricted to close family only. Number of visitors and duration of visits are also restricted. Please speak to senior staff or call 01264 835288 to find out how this affects your family.
All visitors to the Hospice must wear the required PPE, which will be provided. Please do not come to the hospice if you have symptoms, are self-isolating or been in contact with someone with symptoms.
Thank you for your support and patience, and for helping to protect our patients and staff.
Director of the Hospice Charitable Trust