Peace Hospice Care’s annual Lights of Love remembrance service is returning on Monday 29th November at Watford Colosseum, with doors from 6:30pm. Lights of Love offers local people the chance to come together to commemorate the lives of loved ones, and the Hospice is inviting all within the community to join together after such a difficult year to reflect and remember lost ones.
Due to lockdown restrictions, last year’s ceremony took place virtually, however, this year, members of our community can come together in person to attend this special event.
Patrons of the charity, Martin and Shirlie Kemp, will be attending the event and doing a reading. They said: Peace Hospice Care is such an important charity for us to get behind, the work they do in supporting and caring for patients and their families at an incredibly tough time is second to none.”
Charlotte Richardson, In Memory & Legacy Fundraising Manager at the Hospice, said: “This will be a very special evening as we are able to be together in person once more to celebrate and honour the lives of those who have died. We are inviting all everyone in our community to come, whether alone, with family or friends, for this event which provides comfort and solace to local families.”
The evening will include readings, carols and a special performance from the Watford and St Albans Rock choir.
Find out more or register to attend here where you can also make an online dedication in memory of someone special.