One of the main things our bereaved families talk about is the need of finding a quiet, serene, comforting place to go to remember their babies.
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October 22, 2013
On Tuesday 15th October, National Pregnancy and Baby Loss Awareness Day, Chesterfield Sands and Big Budda films invited all bereaved families to a special Wave of Light event in our beautiful Never Land baby memorial garden at Brimington Crematorium. Families were invited to start the evening by decorating personal memory tags to be hung later during the […]
October 22, 2013
On Sunday 13th October 2013 at Brimington Crematorium we held our first every baby memorial service for our local bereaved community. The ‘Too Beautiful for Earth’ service was organised by Chesterfield Sands group member Claire Cadman and was led by Sam Wheatcroft. The service was held in the crematorium chapel and was a mix of beautiful […]
May 27, 2013
We are very please to announce the opening of the Baby Memorial Garden at Chesterfield Crematorium. The opening starts at 3:45pm on Sunday 2nd June 2013 so please come down and join us. The poster can be seen below, but for more information contact us or come and say hello on our Facebook Page.
November 25, 2012
Chesterfield Sands is a local support group which has been set up by local parents who have all suffered the devastating loss of a baby. Part of the National Sands Charity (Stillbirth and neonatal death charity), Chesterfield Sands has been set up to offer support to anyone affected by the loss of a baby, at […]
September 16, 2012
A Massive……WELL DONE! To all those that took part in ‘Archie’s walk of Awareness’ on Saturday. It was a beautiful sunny day and it was a lovely way to remember all our babies taken too soon, while raising vital awareness of our group. Well done again to all the kids that walked from their homes, […]