The MND Memorial Tree

Created by roger leek 3 years ago
The Birmingham & Solihull Group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association planted this “MND Tree” for all those who have lost somebody to Motor neurone Disease [MND] and hope that one day this disease will be cured. A memorial in the form of a beautiful living, growing, thing that is both permanent and a pleasant to visit.

Birmingham City Council Parks Department gave the site in Cannon Hill Park

Anybody who would like to contribute, perhaps in the name of a loved one may do so on this site. All proceeds will go to help MND Research and to support people wishing to help with MND Research.

Later as the tree comes into full bloom [May/June 2017/18] a ‘dedication’ will be held perhaps with an appropriate personage to conduct the dedication.

The MND Tree is a memorial to those lost to this terrible disease - but as a living, growing thing - also a symbol of hope for the future.
For those lost you may wish to sign a permanent ‘Book of Remembrance’ or light a 'virtual candle' . . . for those people living with MND today and tomorrow.

While this was a local project, Cannon Hill Park is open to everybody and we would wish everybody touched by MND to feel that this it is 'their tree."
Cannon Hill Park and the MND Tree are in the heart of Birmingham, at the heart of the country.
The MND Tree will help fund MND research – thus representing that hope for the future, for . . . . 'A World Free of MND.'