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Today, October 15th is the worldwide Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. You can take part in the global 'Wave of Light' to remember all the babies that have died during pregnancy at, during or after birth. Simply light a candle between 7 and 8pm this evening.
If you have suffered the loss of a baby or know someone who did, will you let us know what was found to be helpful at the time or what help you would have liked? Comment on our Facebook page or email revhelenkirk@sky.com.
For support for affected parents, family members and friends try these two websites: www.babyloss-awareness.org or www.uk-sands.org.

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