The evening was filmed by Big Budda Films as a special part of their documentary film on stillbirth – Still Born, Still Loved. This special event brought together all the families featured in their film, along with their friends and relatives. Our local bereaved families were also invited to come along, celebrate and remember all babies at this sad, emotional yet beautiful event.
I would like to say a massive thank you to Debbie, Polly and Colin from the Still Born, Still Loved documentary for organising such an amazing event, and for involving us in something which is so important to us in helping to break the taboo on baby loss and raising awareness of the subject, our group and all bereavement support and charities. Thank you also to the Chesterfield and District crematorium bereavement services, the staff of which have been amazing to us in every way, in everything we do and who are responsible for the Never Land baby memorial garden being here today.
For more details on the Still Born, Still Loved film, or to read their blog about the Wave of Light event please follow the link below:
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