The Dunedin Amenities Society will combine with Rotary and Olveston to develop a memorial site on Queens Drive commemorating the contribution made to the city by the late Les Cleveland. The project will include seating, a memorial and drift planting of daffodils alongside the Olveston stately home. Planting of the daffodil bulbs on site will commence on Saturday 21st of March at around 9.00-9.30 am. Volunteers who wish to assist with the planting of the bulbs should bring a spade or suitable pry bar for opening up the ground. Les Cleveland was a generous and passionate benefactor to Dunedin and his love of people and plants can be seen across a wide variety of areas in Dunedin.