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Annual service to remember lost babies

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Families in Swansea Bay are invited to come together for an annual service to remember their loved and lost babies.

The service, which has been organised by the health board, is open to anyone who has experienced the loss of a baby. Whether they are a family member or friend, the service is an opportunity for all to honour and share memories of their children.

The service will be officiated by the Reverend Canon Ian Rees and will include prayers, readings, reflection and the Maesteg Gleemen Male Voice Choir. Those who attend will also be able to light candles for their lost children. 
Christie-Ann Lang, specialist bereavement midwife, said: “The service is a time for anyone who has experienced the loss of a baby to get support and reflect on and share memories of their child.
“It will also be a time to spend with others who have experienced the loss of a child, alongside professionals who may have provided care and support to yourself and your family.”

The service will take place on Sunday December 1st at St Mary’s Church in the centre of Swansea. It will begin at 2.30pm.

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