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A SERVICE to remember babies who died in pregnancy, birth or infancy is to be held.

The Saying Goodbye service is the first of a series of national remembrance services.

Chichester Cathedral, on West Street, Chichester, will be holding the sixth service of more than 20 to take place in the UK.

The service was established by Zoe and Andy Clark-Coates, who have suffered the loss of five children.

It aims to remember and acknowledge the lives lost or cut short in a moving ceremony.

Personal stories, music and poetry will all be part of the service which is open to everyone for free.

Mariposa Trust helps support the service and others who have experiences a loss.

The service is on June 8 at Chichester Cathedral.

It begins at 5.30pm.

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