Tribute to victims of Covid-19 and those fighting the virus

A living memorial to honour victims of COVID-19 and those who fought the virus is to open at Thrybergh Country Park.

 

Hope Fields

An artists impression of Hope Fields at Thrybergh Country Park

Tribute to victims of Covid-19 and those fighting the virus

A living memorial to honour victims of COVID-19 and those who fought the virus is to open at Thrybergh Country Park.

It has been designed in consultation with communities across the borough as a tribute to people who lost their lives, and those who were part of the response and recovery.

Hope Fields will continue to be shaped by local people as it develops, providing a space where they can contemplate, heal, celebrate loved ones’ lives and look forward.

From now until 3 March 2021, Rotherham residents are being invited to share ideas for green tributes and activities that they would like to contribute to, via a discussion on the Council’s Facebook events page. Take part in the Facebook consultation here.

Find out more about Hope Fields on our website.