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Charity lights candles in Oban for lost babies

THE charity SiMBA hosted a service at the Rockfield Centre in Oban on Sunday as part of its Wave of Light initiative.

In doing so it celebrated the brief time parents held babies here on earth, and honoured their memory as it proudly said their names. At the service poems were read out, composed especially for this year’s events, by Lochaber dad Michael McGuire and others.

SiMBA Highland ambassador Susan Simpson hosted the Oban Wave of Light and said: ‘It truly was an honour on Sunday to gather with bereaved parents, grandparents and their friends to spend time focusing on the love that we have for the children we’ve not been able to hold, nurture and watch grow up.

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