Event remember loved ones who died

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LOVED ones who have died will be celebrated at an annual remembrance service.

The Rowans Hospice is holding its annual Light Up A Life event at Canoe Lake in Southsea on Friday, December 18 from 5pm to 7pm.

The Rowans events fundraiser Teresa Jeffery said: ‘The Lake of Lights, sponsored by Biscoes Solicitors which support all our in-memory events, provides a focus with the candles floating on the lake representing the lives of family and friends.

‘Everyone is invited to make a dedication and light a candle, which is placed on a raft and floated on the Lake of 
Lights.’

Carols and readings will start at 5.45pm, led by the hospice’s spiritual care chaplain Carol Gully.

The service is open to anyone who is bereaved, not only those who have had contact with The Rowans in Purbrook.

For more information or to make a dedication and receive a personalised card to display at home, visit rowanshospice.co.uk/form/light-up-a-life or call (023) 9223 8533.