MEMBERS of the public are being invited to submit dedications to their loved ones to appear in a city park.
A ‘memory path’ has been created at Hazlehead Park.
Believed to be the first of its kind in Aberdeen, the £50,000 project will see messages and dedications to loved ones who have passed away inscribed into the multicoloured paving.
The cost of the path has been met by Aberdeen City Council’s Change Fund Project.
Located in the park’s azalea garden, park bosses say it will bring people into a different part of the park that they may not have explored before.
Communities, Housing and Infrastructure vice convener, Councillor Jean Morrison said: “The memory path is a lovely way for people to remember their loved ones by.
“It could even be used by people wanting to have a permanent place for lines from their favourite song or poem.
“Aberdeen City Council is committed to improving all our parks and making them a fantastic place to go for people of all ages.
While the cost per inscription on the memory paths has not yet been determined, a council spokeswoman confirmed it will cover the price of buying the slab, a stone mason’s work, and installation.
Anyone interested can contact Lorna Paul on email@example.com or 01224 585310.