A special service of remembrance for parents and families who have lost a baby will take place in Chelmsford Crematorium's South Chapel on Saturday 23 June at 11am. Doors will be open from 10am.

The service will be led by Reverend Michael Child and the names of loved ones will be read out during an act of remembrance. If you would like the name of a baby read out, please contact the Bereavement Services team on 01245 605630.

Refreshments will be available after the service.

A charity collection will be taken in aid of 3 Bs (Broomfield Baby Bereavement) and the Lighthouse Family Trust.

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