Remembering someone

Remembering someone

Remembering someone

The various ways North Devon Hospice can help you honour someone who has died.

Remembering someone

North Devon Hospice offers various ways to remember or pay tribute to someone who has died, and at the same time, you can help provide a lifeline for the hundreds of people who need the hospice every year.

When someone has died, it is natural to feel a whole range of emotions. After a certain period of time, you may want to think of other ways to remember that special person.

We have a number of special events every year that provide opportunities to remember loved ones in a meaningful way, or you may even want to start a living memories fund in memory of someone or just to leave any personal message you may have.

Thinking about ways of remembering someone who has died can be an emotional process. If there is any way our supportive care team can be with you during this time, please don't hesitate to contact us.

To discuss other ways of remembering someone, please Su.

Su Massey
sumassey@northdevonhospice.org.uk / 01271 347233