Rosedale's Annual Walk of Remembrance

On the 5th & 6th September 2020

Walk for loved ones. Walk for a shared goal. Walk for a world without dementia. 

You can complete your own memory walk in support of Alzheimer's Society wherever, and however long, you like - from laps around your garden or a stroll along a coastal path, the choice is yours.

Share a photo of your walk, or the special person you're walking in memory of, on this page.  

Make your dedication

Total raised: £380.47
George Coward

A beautiful walk from Banham to Kenninghall and back, with our dog Lexi . In memory of George, taken too soon, forever loved and missed.

Alan Peter Swain

The photo says it all xxx

My much missed grandparents, aunts & dear friends

A beautiful peaceful walk with hubby and Jackdog around Wortham Ling to remember those we miss so very much x

Charles John Roger

Dad was a cyclist so I spent Sunday on a 50 mile ride to remember all the great rides we did together. Rest in peace Dad.


Spending some quiet time whilst remembering my uncle and grandparents xx

Those we've loved and lost.

Over the fields to South Elmham Minster with Mollie dog and the kids.

In Remembrance

Today we had a lovely walk with visiting family in remembrance of lost family and friends, who live on in our hearts and memories.

Our Beloved Family and Friends xxxx

This afternoon we had really beautiful walk with the dogs on what should have been the day of Rosedale's Annual Walk of Remembrance; followed by a picnic lunch at Knettishall Heath to remember all those special people who are no longer in our lives. xxxx

Family and Friends

Chris joined Rebekah in walking across the cliffs and back along the beach. A good stroll on perfect weather.

To the many

Today Chris and I walked along the cliffs between Cromer and Overstrand (and back along the beach) as part of the Rosedale Walk of Remembrance. A beautiful peaceful 90 minutes

Parents and very special friends

Lovely walk remembering and reflecting.

Captain Hicks & Private Rawson

A nice family walk while rembering a great leader and a great friend rest easy

To all I’ve lost along the way.

Me and Ted took an extended morning walk this morning as our contribution to the Rosedale Annual Walk of Remembrance


To all those we love and still miss Xx

Frederick Shaw

Miss you buddy!!

Our parents

Love and miss you still xxx

Geoffrey eldridge

I have known Geoff for over 40 years, and will miss is jokes, and friendship RIP

Frances Hall

Even though we are on holiday you are always in our thoughts.

Angela Ward, Matt and all the families we have looked after as Rosedale staff

We miss you every single day and you will always be in our hearts and our thoughts x

Jean and Geoff Tunaley

A beautiful peaceful evening walk while remembering my wonderful parents. As a child I remember spending many evenings walking the family dogs. Missed every day, loved forever 💔

Rosedale families

At Rosedale we are dedicated to looking after the deceased but we also care greatly for the families we serve. Even Simba one of our bereavement dogs came to show his support.

Catherine Harrison (Cath)

Cath was the life and soul of the party, usually with a G and T in her hand! Game for a laugh, which continued into her later years, with her own special sense of humour, bordering on the saucy. Many wonderful memories of Cath holding court at our annual lunches here in Woolpit, also recalling Paddy’s 80th, and the lunch at Marion’s. We will miss her sparkle and her ability to entertain - One of Norfolk’s true characters.

Philip Allen

Thought of you loads today on our Walk of Remembrance. Oh how I miss the way your face used to light up to see me. We even wish you were here for the birthday candles tonight ;-) Always remembered, always loved xx

Harold Rackham

Hard to believe we've been three years without you. I like to think if you were looking down on us you'd be proud. Love and miss you loads. You probably would have thought an 18 mile walk was not a good use of a working day, but it's better than sorting out your loft!!!

Mary Barton

Always in our hearts x