WHAT could be a more fitting and enduring tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales than a beautiful, pure white rose?
The Daily Mail is offering its readers the chance to own a Princess of Wales rose bush to plant in commemoration of the life of Diana. This is the first year the Princess of Wales rose - grown by the distinguished grower R.
Harkness and Co has been available, and the Daily Mail has secured the last 15,000 of this season's crop.
The Princess of Wales rose is new white floribunda, flowering in clusters of beautiful delicately scented blooms.
The naming of the rose, approved by the Queen in 1996, was the idea of the British Lung Foundation, which raises funds for research, provides information and supports people affected by lung disease. The Daily Mail will donate [pounds sterling]50,000 to this cause which was one of the Princess's favourite charities.
Because the supply of the Princess of Wales rose is limited, the fairest way to distribute them is through a free draw.
For your chance to receive a lasting memory of the Princess of Wales, collect any three tokens of the six the Daily Mail is publishing.
Or you can obtain one token per application by sending an SAE to Princess of Wales Token Requests, PO Box 415, Huddersfield HD5 8WF.
Or you can collect a token from the reception desk at Northcliffe House (Young Street entrance), London W8; Chequers, Woodsome Park, Huddersfield or 197 Albion Street, Glasgow (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm). …