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In 2013 in the UK, one in every 137 babies was either stillborn or died in the first 4 weeks of life

Here in N. Ireland, over 3 babies a week are stillborn or die in the first 4 weeks of life.

We support all bereaved parents who have lost their babies, before, during or shortly after birth.

Snowdrop Walk


Snowdrop Walk

We have been asked by our friends from the Northern Trust Bereavement Team to let you know about their annual Snowdrop event.

Snowdrop Walk

This event allows you to plant Snowdrops in the woods within the Castle grounds and has been running now for a number of years and many parents have  found it to be a comforting and moving experience. As with our own Christmas service, it provides an opportunity to meet with other parents over a cup of tea/coffee/soup.

 

If you have experienced an early pregnancy loss or the death of a child The Pregnancy Loss and Paediatric Bereavement Team Invites you and your family to

The Annual Snowdrop Walk

in remembrance of your baby or child

on Sunday 15th February 2015

1pm - 3pm

Shane's Castle Grounds, Castle Road, Antrim

snowdrops will be available for you to plant at this event
refreshments will be served during the afternoon

No dogs allowed except guide dogs. This is an outdoor event so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Car parking is available in the Castle grounds. Parents/Guardians are responsable for ensuring supervision of accompanying children


For further information please email Gwyenth Peden, Northern Trust Bereavement Co-ordinator


Gwyneth.Peden@northerntrust.hscni.net