- 5th December 2021
Following the positive feedback from last year’s virtual service, we are delighted to announce that, with the safety and comfort of our supporters in mind, we will be once again hosting a very special virtual Tree of Lights service.
We invite you to leave a dedication for a loved one and to join in our virtual Tree of Lights service, on Sunday 5th December at 6.30 pm, with readings, carols and music from the comfort of your own home. The service will be broadcast on our Facebook and YouTube channels.
This very special service will enable us all to remember and celebrate the lives of those we have loved and lost, in an uplifting and positive way, as we come together virtually.
Everyone that leaves a dedication and donation before the 25th November can choose to receive a remembrance pack which will contain a candle and service booklet amongst other things to enable you to join in the service.
The Tree of Lights campaign is receiving support from Gemma Garling and her family, who are big advocates for Cransley Hospice Trust, following the care they received for her beloved husband Kyle before he died.
The lights on the tree in the John Notley garden at the St Mary’s Hospital site in Kettering will be lit from the 5th December and will shine throughout the festive season as a dedication to greatly-missed friends and family members, until Twelfth Night on the 5th January. You will be able to visit the Tree of Lights during this time if you so wish.
We look forward to virtually welcoming all of our supporters to join us for this reflective evening online.
To make a donation in memory of your loved one and receive your remembrance pack, please donate online HERE or contact our fundraising office on 01536 452423.
We’re working hard to send out our Tree of Lights remembrance packs but please note that for anything received after the 25th November, we can’t guarantee that your pack will arrive before the virtual service on the 5th December. Thank you for your understanding.
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