Louth and District Hospice will be hosting their annual ‘Light Up A Life’ service tomorrow (Friday November 21) and is inviting members of the public to join and remember those who have died.
The service of dedication and commemoration will take place at the hospice, based in Grimsby Road at the Fairfield Roundabout, and will begin at 6.30pm.
Reverend Jean Wrisdale will officiate and children from Lacey Gardens Junior School choir will be singing carols.
A statement from Louth and District Hospice said: “By joining us to remember a loved one and sponsoring the ‘Tree of Light’, you will help us to provide a range of services to many of the people in need in our community.
“The name of your loved one will be recorded in our special book of dedication.”
The book of dedication will be on display at the hospice until December 19.
Visit the hospice’s website at www.louth-hospice.co.uk for further information.