Charity invites residents to Redditch's St Stephen's for annual remembrance service - The Redditch Standard

Charity invites residents to Redditch's St Stephen's for annual remembrance service

Redditch Editorial 25th Nov, 2022   0

PRIMROSE Hospice has launched its Lights of Love campaign, inviting people to remember a loved one during the festive period.

The names of loved ones will be hung on the Christmas tree at Asda in Bromsgrove and in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch.

People are also being invited to join remembrance services.

It will be a special moment for residents to come together, light up Redditch, Bromsgrove and Rubery honour their loved ones.

The services will be held simultaneously at Beacon Church Centre in Rubery and St Stephen’s Church in Redditch at 4pm on November 27.

There will also be a Lights of Love Night at 4pm next Saturday, December 3, at the Primrose Hospice in Bromsgrove.

Last Saturday, the switch-on of the Bromsgrove Lights of Love tree took place outside the town’s Asda.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “We invite you to join us to hang your bauble on our tree in remembrance of your loved ones, and watch festive and poignant performances by local musicians and performers, including our Primrose Hospice Choir and Luke Swatman – aka The Worcester Pavarotti.

“It is a moment to come together and pay tribute to your loved one in the festive surroundings of our stunning and festively lit hospice garden.

“If you have received a bauble in the post please bring it along with you – there will also be baubles available at the hospice during the evening.”

The deadline for sending in a dedication is December 11.

Visit for more on this year’s Lights of Love and to donate.

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