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Remembrance Service October 12th 2014
The Maternity Service annual Service of Remembrance for the families and friends of babies and young children who have died during pregnancy, soon after birth, or when very young, will take place at 3.00pm on Sunday, 12th October 2014. The staff of the Maternity Service at West Middlesex extend a welcome to all those who are mourning the loss of a baby or young child.
The service will take place in the Multi-Faith Centre in the hospital atrium and will be followed by refreshments.
Evening support meetings run from 8-10pm and there is always at least one Befriender present. If venues or hosts change, we will of course let you know in advance.
For further details of the Evening Support Meetings and the address of those in Chiswick do not hesitate to contact us - Lynn Lacey & Colette Murphy co-chairs of West London Sands
Tel: 07905 714415 Email: email@example.com
Evening meeting: Thursday 24th July 8 - 10 pm, Duke's Avenue Chiswick
Daytime meeting: Friday 15th August 11 - 1pm, Barrowgate Road Chiswick
Evening meeting: Thursday 28th August 8 - 10 pm , Parkwood Road Isleworth
Daytime meeting : Friday 12th September 11 - 1 Barrowgate Road Chiswick
Evening meeting: Thursday 25th September 8 - 10, Acton Green Church Hall, Cunnington St W45ER
Daytime meeting: Friday 10th October 11 - 1pm, Barrowgate Road Chiswick
Evening meeting: Thursday 23rd October 8 - 10, Duke's Avenue Chiswick
Daytime meeting: Friday 14th October 11 - 1pm, Barrowgate Road Chiswick
Evening meeting: Thursday 27th November 8 - 10, Acton Green Ch Hall, Cunnington St W45ER
Daytime meeting: Friday 12th December 11 - 1pm, Barrowgate Road, Chiswick
Evening meeting: Thursday 18th December 8 - 10, Acton Green Ch Hall, Cunnington St W45ER
More details of the address, when it's a private home, are sent by email the week before the meeting.
West London Sands seeks volunteer befrienders:
Sands is seeking volunteer Befrienders in the West London area. 17 babies are stillborn or die shortly after birth every day in the UK and the organisation is keen to improve its help for bereaved parents. If you would like to know more, please contact Lynn Lacey at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sand Rose Project:
Sand Rose is not connected to Sands/WLS but has a similar name by coincidence.
This charity has 3 cottages with beautiful peaceful gardens in Cornwall where families affected by any bereavement can stay for free. They have a website at www.sandrose.org.uk
They offer one or two week breaks in Cornwall and they can also offer short breaks if needed.
The Sand Rose Project works through a nomination process. All requests for a break must be supported by a nominee. WLS as an organisation can nominate parents or families, so if you feel that anyone you know would benefit from a break we could nominate them. The charity are very clear to say that it’s not a ‘holiday’ but a peaceful break.
They usually book 3 – 6 months in advance.
Subsidised travel costs are available upon request.
If/when you have anyone in mind and if you have further questions, please feel free to call
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