Home Health Mark the Marie Curie National Day of Reflection
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Mark the Marie Curie National Day of Reflection

by Emily Maguire

Sunday 3rd March is Marie Curie’s National Day of Reflection, a day to remember and pay tribute to those close to us who have died, particularly during the pandemic, when many people were unable to properly grieve their loved ones.

The UK’s leading end of life charity is asking individuals and communities to come remember our loved ones who’ve died, support people who are grieving, and connect with each other.

To mark the day, buildings and landmarks across the country will be lit in yellow as an act of remembrance. Knowsley Council will be lighting the Greystone Footbridge and the Archway Road rail bridge that evening.

You can show your support for the Day of Reflection in many different ways, for example: by holding a minute’s silence at noon, by lighting your building in yellow or by making time for a reflective moment or prayers.

You can find out more about the Day of Reflection and how to get involved at https://dayofreflection.org.uk/