BUTTERFLIES are set to take off in memory of loved ones in Warwick later this month.
The Myton Hospices is set to light up the town with an installation featuring hundreds of individual photographs coming together as one Myton Butterfly.
The Butterfly Effect takes place in Warwick Market Square from October 17 to 19, between 6pm and 9pm.
There will live music, as well as refreshments and merchandise available to buy each evening, and the opportunity to talk to members of the Myton team.
Myton Hospices spokeswoman Charlotte Ingram said: “After what has been an incredibly difficult time for so many, we want to come together and celebrate the lives of our loved ones in the most special way, whilst ensuring that we can continue our vital work, now and in the future.
“We passionately believe that everyone matters for every single moment of their life and, by supporting each other, we can create something amazing – this belief is at the heart of everything we do. I hope that you will join us to become part of The Butterfly Effect; together we can make a difference.”
Dedications for The Butterfly Effect have now closed but donations can still be made to support Myton’s work caring for people with life-limiting illnesses.
People donating £30 or more will receive a locally crafted, metal hanging Myton butterfly as a lasting keepsake.
Visit www.mytonhospice.org/butterfly for more details.