Creating meaningful memories

Our beautiful new memory tree at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals is here. This unique handmade sculpture, designed by local artist Claudia Ashley-Brown, offers a wonderful way for our supporters and hospital clients to remember their faithful friends and loving companions.

The tree is situated in a prime position in our hospital reception and is a beautiful reminder of the powerful friendships we all make with our beloved pets.

Complete with its own watchful cat and dog, the tree is adorned with 456 gold, silver and copper leaves, which can each be engraved with the name of a loved one as a lasting tribute to their memory.

All funds raised by the tree will be donated to the hospital to ensure it has the best possible equipment to treat its patients.

For a suggested minimum donation of £120 per year (or just £10 per month), each leaf will be engraved with the name of a loved one and once dedicated, will remain in place for a year.

At the end of the year, you will be given the opportunity to renew your leaf or it can be sent home to you to keep.

To make a dedication simply download this form and return to us via email act@rvc.ac.uk or post to Memory Tree, Animal Care Trust, The Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Herts, AL9 7TA

Click here to see the tree up close in our short film.

Thank you. As our memory tree grows with these very special tributes it will enable our support of the RVC’s vital work to grow too. 

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