Launch of memories book
A BOOK of memories is being launched this weekend to raise money for charity.
The Forget-Me-Not memory book, created by a Long Sutton family with help from local people and celebrities, will help Alzheimer's Research UK.
Angie Cox compiled the book as a tribute to her mother-in-law Nina Cox, along with husband, Rupert, and his sister Rosie Russell.
Mrs Cox said: "Nina sadly passed away in February after a six-year struggle with Alzheimer's – she was 79.
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"Despite all the love and care, Alzheimer's overwhelms everything. That's why research is so important."
The book contains contributions from Sir Cliff Richard, Dragons' Den's Deborah Meaden and Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis.
It will be launched at Wigborough Manor, South Petherton, on Sunday. It will be available at Amazon or from Waterstones in Yeovil.