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The retiring collection taken at the Baby Memorial Service which took place on October 14, raised £132.35. This will go to support The Ducklings Trust and Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust Chaplaincy and Bereavement Services Trust Fund.
This annual service, organised by the Chaplaincy Team at Stoke Mandeville Hospital was introduced by Lead Chaplain Lindsay van Dyke and Chaplain Stefan Tiran. Prayers, poems and Bible readings were read by Chaplaincy Volunteers, whilst Rev. Helen Kirk gave a reflection. Most of the congregation gathered in the hall afterwards for refreshments and opportunity to share experiences and meet the chaplaincy team.
To learn more about Baby Loss Awareness Week and supporting charities, click here.

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