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Your Frequently Asked Questions

Where is The Prostate Cancer Memorial? 

You can visit The Prostate Cancer Memorial in London Bridge Station between 1 November and 20 November. You’ll find the memorial at the Tooley Street Exit. Read more about visiting the memorial 

 

Where is The Prostate Cancer Memorial going next, and how can I keep up to date with it?  

Each time we announce a new location for the memorial, we’ll make sure to let you know on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you’ve remembered your loved one on the memorial, we’ll email you too. You might want to join The Prostate Cancer UK Remembrance Group on Facebook, where we’ll share regular updates.  

 

Where will the memorial end up staying once it has toured the country? 

We want as many people as possible to be able to visit their loved one’s name and see it on the memorial. With that in mind, we will be touring the memorial for as long as we can. When we need to find a more permanent home for it, we’ll never put it in storage or somewhere you won’t be able to visit.  

 

How long will it take for my loved one’s name to be engraved? 

In order to keep costs down, we’ll be engraving names in batches. We’ll try not to keep you waiting too long, and will let you know once your loved one’s name has been added to the memorial. 

 

How will I know when my loved one’s name has been engraved on the memorial? 

Once your loved one’s name has been added to the memorial, we’ll send you a letter to let you know.  

 

When I signed up you asked for a special date I like to remember my loved one on. Will that be engraved on the memorial? 

Only your loved one’s name will be added to the memorial. When you signed up, we asked you about a special time that you like to remember your loved one on so that we can support you during that time.   

 

Will there be a deadline for when I can contribute to have my loved one’s name engraved? 

There is no deadline for having your loved one’s name engraved. We’ll keep adding names until the memorial runs out of space.  

 

If I want to share more about my loved one, who can I contact? 

We’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us at inmemory@prostatecanceruk.org. We’re always here to listen and support you.  

 

I’m really struggling with the loss of my loved one. Where can I go for help?  

Cruse Bereavement Care provides excellent care, support and bereavement counselling services to people struggling with grief. Visit their website.

 

I’d like to offer my place of work as a location for the memorial as it tours the country. Who can I contact?  

Get in touch with us at inmemory@prostatecanceruk.org. We’d love to hear more.