Lights to Remember is a special service that we hold every year at Christmas. It’s not just for those families that have experienced the care of Hospice, but for the entire community and anyone that has ever felt the grief of bereavement.
It’s a time to come together - take a breath away from the whirlwind of Christmas planning and remember our loved ones; friends and family who are no longer with us. It's also an opportunity for reflection and to recall happy times and memories.
For those who couldn’t make it to the service, you can watch our beautiful tribute service here from 7pm on Monday 19th December.
At our poignant service, we will have our favourite carols, carefully chosen reflections, and readings by guest speakers. We will be joined by the McVeigh family and our President, Paul Clark who will turn on our Christmas tree lights at Somerton House, our Adult In-Patient Unit, remembering our loved ones and the bereaved.
We sincerely hope you can join us on the night and we would love for you to share your memories and a special dedication to your loved one with us by dedicating a light/s on our beautiful virtual tree below.
If you are unable to attend, or would simply like to leave a personal message on our virtual Christmas tree, please click on the tree below.