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West Norfolk hospice annual service to be streamed online

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The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House’s annual Light up a Life service will be virtual once again, following the success of the online service in 2020.

Due to be streamed on its YouTube channel on Wednesday, December 15, at 6.30pm, the service will run for approximately 30 minutes.

Light up a Life is the Hospice’s annual memorial service which offers the opportunity to stand together and remember family members and friends and to celebrate their memories. It is a service about reflection, prayers and to celebrate them in a meaningful way in the lead up to Christmas.

Sandro Dallas, chaplain and pastoral care lead at the hospice
Sandro Dallas, chaplain and pastoral care lead at the hospice

The service will feature readings and talks from a patient’s family, Hospice staff and performances from St Martha’s Catholic Primary School, Sara-Jane Brennock and One Voice Glee Club, Norwich.

Lyndsay Carter, chief executive at the Norfolk Hospice, said: "Light up a Life has been an established part of the Norfolk Hospice for 23 years and we are pleased that we can continue delivering the service, although unfortunately not in person as we did before the pandemic.

“We were really pleased with the feedback we had for our Light up a Life online service last year and we hope that our supporters, old and new, all tune in again and enjoy the service.”

The service will be streamed live on the Norfolk Hospice’s YouTube channel on Wednesday, at 6.30pm. Visit www.norfolkhospice.org.uk/lual for more information.

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