Brewster Memorial Garden
The Brewster Memorial garden is a place of peace and tranquility where people can come, contemplate and remember their loved ones, with beautfiful open views across the countryside.
Within the garden are trees and shrubs that are planted in memorium.
The superb memorial stone crafted by Carole Kirsopp for the garden depicts the past, present and future of Swanwick village, and the garden was provided for and by the local community.
The Brewster Memorial Garden was opened by David Coleman, chief constable of Derbyshire on Saturday 21st April 2007.
The garden is dedicated to the memory of Stan Brewster, a civil engineer and long standing, respected resident of Swanwick who tragically, was a victim of the bombings in London on Thursday 7th July 2005.
If you would like further details on having a tree or shrub planted in the garden, in the memory of a loved one, please contact the Parish Clerk.