Rosemary Bloom farewell ceremony details announced

The Farewell Ceremony to Rosemary Bloom will be held at 3:30 pm on Wednesday 11 June.

The farewell ceremony will be at West Suffolk Crematorium and Cemetery Risby Bury St Edmunds IP28 6RR E-mail: info@westsuffolkcrematorium.co.uk. Phone: 01284 755 118

Directions and map can be found on their website:www.westsuffolkcrematorium.co.uk

The reception will be held at Bressingham Hall, the Bloom family ‘home’. All at the farewell ceremony are invited to attend and enjoy some time to wander in the gardens including Adrian and Rosemary Bloom’s garden at Foggy Bottom.

From 4:45 pm to 6.15 pm refreshments will be available at the hall and toast made in Rosemary’s memory; the 17 acre gardens will be open until 7:30 pm.

Directions and car park for Bressingham Hall. Please use the entrance to the Blooms of Bressingham Garden Centre on the A1066, 2 miles west of Diss. Proceed through the garden centre car park to the museum entrance building, parking in this area and walking across the small railway to Bressingham Hall. The 11th is an open day for the public, the gardens and steam museum entry finishes at 5:30 pm.

Suggested Dress Code.

No dress code, since this is a celebration of Rosemary’s life, smart please but sombre or black not expected.

Flowers and Donations

No flowers please but contributions gladly accepted towards Rosemary’s chosen charities;

• The Botesdale Health Centre

• St Nicholas Hospice

Both of which and the district nurses, gave great support during the last few weeks. Please contact Rosedale Funeral Home regarding donations;

Rosedale Funeral Home

Rosedale House

63 Victoria Road

Diss

Norfolk

IP22 4JE

Phone: 01379 640 810

E-mail: info@rosedalefuneralhome.co.uk

www.rosedalefuneralhome.co.uk


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