Letter: Garden for Diana

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The Independent Online
Sir: A plan could be drawn up for a commemorative garden for Diana, Princess of Wales, in Kensington Gardens adjacent to Kensington Palace where thousands of mourners' flowers have already been placed. Such a garden might combine several smaller gardens and pavilions from all over the world to be representative of the breadth and depth of the Princess's international appeal.

A garden is a place of sanctuary and renewal. Such a garden within one of our Royal Parks would be a fitting tribute to a princess whose compassionate and strong will for her own healing and renewal were generously shared with those she found in most need.

JOHN SOMERVILLE-LARGE

London W1

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