A special way to remember
about light up a life
As Christmas approaches, we know it can be a difficult time if you are experiencing bereavement because someone close to you has died. Light up a Life service is a way to remember your loved one whilst supporting local hospice care.
We understand that light is a significant symbol for many people and provides comfort and a time for reflection.Your donation will be ‘Making every day count’ for the adults, children and their families that rely on our specialist hospice care, especially over Christmas.
how to dedicate
Anyone can dedicate a light on our Havens Hospices and The J’s tribute page – it’s a gift in memory of someone special who has died. For more information please call 01702 220315 / 310 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Merry Christmas Little Angel always remembered x x
love Mummy, Nannie and Granddad, and all the Browns.
Millie Katherine Bath aka Kins
Always in our thoughts
Tony & Lindsay
Forever in our thought especially at Christmas
Lindsay & Tony
George & Jean Rawlings
My dearest son, forever in my heart and mind.
There is never a day goes by I do not think of you.
love always Mum xxxxxx
My wonderful, beautiful dad passed away on October 22nd 2014 and I miss him more than words can say. My beautiful sons Harry, 4 and Henry, two are missing the most amazing grandad too. Love you dad.
John Henry Diggines
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