Hospice service for loved ones

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FAMILIES and the rest of the community came together on Sunday in Bury St Edmunds to celebrate the third Light Up A Life service organised by St Nicholas Hospice Care.

The Rev Charles Amoah, chaplain of the hospice, said: “It is a nice way to support families who have been touched by the work of the hospice.”

St Nicholas Hospice Care looks after people with terminal and life-shortening illnesses.

Hundreds of people turned out in Bury as their thoughts turned to the past lives of loved ones. The event combined a church service at St Mary’s with a poignant ceremony on Angel Hill, where the names of 292 loved ones lost were read out.