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Memorial garden for people who have died sleeping rough opens

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To the naked eye, they are just colourful stones with names written on them.

The Rt Rev Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich, and Kate Riley at Bishopbridge House - Credit: St Martins

But each stone laid in the new memorial garden of St Martins represents a person who was special to somebody and who died while fighting the challenges of homelessness.

St Martins, which leads the city's response to homelessness, has dedicated the garden of its hostel Bishopbridge House.

It has been designed as a peaceful place for reflection, where people can remember those in the city who have died while experiencing homelessness or sleeping........

© Norwich Evening News

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