During a television interview for BBC North West Tonight yesterday, Sir Paul suggested that the best way to honor and remember George Harrison would be to create a meditation center or garden area in his name. Sir Paul noted that a suitable memorial would need to be located somewhere "calm, quiet and away from the hurly-burly". He also added that George would not have wanted any fuss made over him.
Meanwhile, the council chiefs in Liverpool are making plans to honor George by creating a permanent memorial to the musician. Council leader Mike Storey said one possible site is at the orchid collection in Harthill, Allerton. The council is looking to bring the collection back on public display after more than 10 years. Sir Paul's idea of a meditation garden could be nicely incorporated into this scheme. December 15
(kindly submitted by PLUGGED correspondent Joan M. Hopkins)
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