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Western Isles hosts its first Wave of Light event

THE first ‘Wave of Light’ event to be held in the Western Isles took place recently at the Caberfeidh Hotel in Stornoway and was well attended by local families and friends.

The event, organised by NHS Western Isles’ Sèimh group, was part of a national annual event to support bereaved parents and remember their precious babies who had died during pregnancy or close to the time of birth.

Sèimh co-ordinators, Joanne Murray-Stewart, midwifery department, and Helen Gallacher, spiritual care department, said: ‘This was the first Wave of Light to be held within the Western Isles.

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