Garden House Hospice Care hosts Lights of Life Christmas service with help of Royston business

Andy McFadyen of Newlings of Royston with Jane Dingemans, director of patient services.

Andy McFadyen of Newlings of Royston with Jane Dingemans, director of patient services. - Credit: Archant

Newlings of Royston joined More than 400 others at North Herts-based Garden House Hospice Care’s special service for the community.

At the Lights of Life service, the hospice’s Christmas tree was donated by North Herts District Council and visitors could remember a loved one by dedicating and donating a light on the tree in their honour, and by attending a service led by the Hospice Spiritual Care team.

Newlings of Royston funeral directors printed the orders of service free of charge for people to keep afterwards.

For more go on the charity go to www.ghhospicecare.org.uk and for more on Newlings go to www.newlingsofroyston.co.uk.


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