Memorialize your loved ones in Metchosin

Various options available to create a place of honour

Friends and family members can now be remembered in Metchosin with a memorial bench or picnic table at a municipal park, viewpoint or trail.

Various locations are available, including possible bench sites at Blinkhorn Lake Park, Weir’s Beach and the Deer Trail lookout. Picnic tables may be placed along the Blaney Trail or in Blinkhorn Lake Park.  If you have a suggestion for a location, please contact the District.

A donation of $1,500 will provide a bench built of western red cedar milled on Vancouver Island. The benches are bolted to a cement slab. The donation includes a cast bronze plaque, installation and maintenance over a 10-year period.

Donors are eligible to receive a receipt for income tax purposes.

For more details on donations to community parks, please contact municipal hall staff at 250-474-3167 or the parks and trails co-ordinator at trailscoordinator@metchosin.ca.

– District of Metchosin

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