The entry to
the garden is under three arches, representing the Trinity.
arch supports 2 climbing roses called 'Remembrance'. This arch was given by John
& Pauline Farrell in memory of Pauline's family,
arch supports 2 climbing roses called 'Angel Face' and is in memory of MISS
FRANCES GERALDINE LEFROY, known as Fanny. Fanny was a long time parishioner and
in charge of Church Flowers. She requested that on her passing, which was in
June 1941, her ashes be placed in the church grounds between the Vestry and the
Supper Room and a Jacaranda Tree be planted over them. The tree did not survive.
The arch was dedicated to Fanny’s memory on 17th February 2002. The Angel Face
rose was chosen as the colour is similar to Jacaranda
arch supports two climbing roses called 'Peace' and is in memory of NOEL TANNER
and DON LONGSON. The Peace rose was chosen as both Noel and Don gave war service
that we may have peace.