Forget-me-not Virtual Service

Please join us this year in a virtual service for our Forget-me-not Appeal as we reflect on the lives of a loved one.

We would like to invite you to our Virtual Forget-me-not Service, as led by our Chaplaincy Support Coordinator, Peter O’Brien, with special guest speakers, Clare Sweeney and Dr Philip Lomax. Plus we’ll be ending our service with a song from local artists, Lucy and Rachel Sweeney, which we hope you can listen to and reflect on a loved one.  

Although we can’t all come together to enjoy a service as a community, we can still take a few moments to reflect on a loved one and the loss of a loved one. We understand that it is difficult, sometimes overwhelming and made more difficult with the current climate, which is why we want you to know that despite everything that is happening in the world, St Ann’s is still providing the same care and support.  

Thank you for watching our online service, if you do feel you need more support, then please visit Grief in Exceptional Times webpage for more information and details on how to contact our Patients and Family Support Team. 

Our Forget-me-not Appeal is a yearly event that we host to highlight the importance of a loved one and to remember their memories. Currently, we have a virtual Memory Meadow, where you can leave a dedication to your loved one. We do ask for a donation to make a dedication, which helps to raise much-needed funds that help our team to continue to deliver care and support to patients and their loved ones.  

Make a dedication in our Memory Meadow

Leave a dedication to a loved one in our online memory meadow.

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