Norfolk Hospice Butterfly Meadow


Visit the Butterfly Meadow from 16 July - 1 September

The “Butterfly Meadow” an installation of over 1,500 butterflies will go on display within the Gardens at Sandringham from the 16 July - 1 September in a collaborative project with The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House and a local Blacksmith.

The butterflies are a way to remember someone and commemorate their life whether they were cared for by the Norfolk Hospice or by someone else.

Lovingly crafted by Nigel Barnett of Fransham Forge and painted blue in the style of the Silver-studded Blue butterfly, a species which can be found in Norfolk the butterflies will echo the poppy installation at the Tower of London.

The butterfly will be affixed to a steel pole to be easily planted in the ground and will measure approximately six inches wide and three-foot-high.

Once the installation closes in September, the butterfly will be available for collection from The Norfolk Hospice, 100% of the proceeds raised will benefit The Norfolk Hospice.

The suggested donation is £25 per butterfly. Please note that for each donation made you will receive one butterfly. If you would like more than one, please do separate donations for each butterfly you require.

Make a Donation for a Butterfly via The Norfolk Hospice