Seaton service to remember loved ones lost during coronavirus pandemic

  Posted: 12.10.21 at 13:44 by Francesca Evans

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A service of remembrance in memory of all those lost during the coronavirus pandemic will take place at Seaton Methodist Church on Sunday, October 31 at 3pm.

During the pandemic some bereaved families did not have the opportunity to say goodbye in the way they would have wanted.

The service will be multi-denominational and an opportunity for anyone who wishes to remember and say farewell.

During the service there will be an opportunity to place a memorial heart on a remembrance tree, which will be planted in Seaton Cemetery at a later date.

Daffodil bulbs will be also available to take home for planting in remembrance of loved ones.

If anyone would like their loved one's name to be read out, they can also request this on the day.

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