Reader letter: State of Diana memorial in Castle Gardens is a disgrace

The Diana memorial in Norwich's Castle Gardens. Photo: Wendy Maxwell

The Diana memorial in Norwich's Castle Gardens. Photo: Wendy Maxwell - Credit: Archant

Recently I took this photo of the Diana memorial in the Castle Gardens.

It is supposed to be a beautiful rose garden for us to remember her, but it was a mass of weeds.

I think it is a disgrace. Surely there could be some way of getting this sorted out, either by volunteers or community service.

How can she be forgotten in such a way after she touched so many people's lives?

Wendy Maxwell, Norwich


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•Letters editor: as reported in the Evening News on June 30, a city-based group, the Urban Warrior Gardeners, have now agreed to step in and look after the memorial.

•Send your letters to eveningnewsletters@archant.co.uk

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