Remember someone special

as part of Elmer's Big Parade Blackpool, an art trail that will come to the coast this spring

Meet Pebbles - Trinity Hospice's one of a kind in-memory sculpture

Our special elephant is hand-painted with hundreds of pebble shapes

This summer, Pebbles will come to live in a meaningful spot here at the hospice - bringing smiles to the faces of patients, visitors and staff for years to come.

Pebbles has over 600 names hand-written on him, in memory of those special people who are sadly no longer with us.

Pebbles was part of Brian House's biggest fundraising event to date: Elmer's Big Parade Blackpool. This was the town's first ever public art trail which saw more than 30 large elephant sculptures around Blackpool, each with a unique design. One of these sculptures was Pebbles.

Pebbles it the only sculpture not going to auction to raise funds for Brian House. Instead he will come to live in the Trinity Hospice gardens.

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Hele and Michael with Pebbles-min

Our tribute sculpture is kindly sponsored by