Marie Curie's "Garden of Light" is an art installation featuring a garden of glowing daffodils located in Paternoster Square near St. Paul's Cathedral. There are 2,100 daffodils in this garden, and they symbolise a nurse that helps approximately 32,000 patients with terminal illness a year. The garden also contains an area of memory where visitors can leave notes and make donations. The "Garden of Light" has been in place since the beginning of March, and it will be available to see until March 12. After this date, it will appear in Edinburgh for a few days before going to Wales for a few days.
Charity locators were located when I visited earlier this evening, so do not forget to bring some spare coins. Remember that there are only a couple of days left to see this installation.