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Welcome to
Baby Rainbow Memorial Gardens

An uplifting space of remembrance

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Hello and thank you for visiting our website. We are Andrew and Donna Clifford from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Following the death of our son in 2019, we thought of the idea to create the first community Baby Rainbow Memorial Garden in our local area.

The process of grief is overwhelming and during healing, it’s important to resist the urge to suppress your feelings.

It is the mission of Baby Rainbow Memorial Gardens to improve the mental well-being of bereaved families.

 

The garden intends to offer a unique, dedicated, bright, and beautiful space, where families can take time to reflect and commemorate their children in a positive way.

 

Baby Rainbow Memorial Gardens aims to encourage grieving families to talk while also using this space to respectfully honour and remember their child.

Please visit Rorys' Legacy page to read a bit more about the inspiration behind the Baby Rainbow Memorial Gardens. 

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“It's going to be a very moving way to allow families to cherish those memories”

Andrew and Donna Clifford

Get involved

Volunteer Day

Date to be confirmed soon

We are regularly holding Volunteer Days at the Memorial Garden site in Central Park, Scunthorpe. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved!

Fundraising Opportunities

Every Little Bit Counts

In order for us to realise our ambition of creating a Baby Rainbow Memorial Garden in other towns and cities, we are continually fundraising. Any fundraising ideas you have would be welcomed.

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