Lights of Love service

By Rob George Friday 30 November 2012 Updated: 10/12 09:51

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Members of Dodderhill School's choir who performed at the service. (s)

DROITWICH’s Methodist Church hosted the annual St Richard’s Hospice Lights of Love service last Wednesday (November 21).

Crowds packed into the venue for the service which was led by the Rev Jane Wilson and hospice chaplain, the Rev David Knight.

Members of Dodderhill School’s choir were in fine voice during the emotional service which allows residents to remember loved ones who are no longer with us.

Spa residents still have time to dedicate a light of love in memory of someone special which will shine on the hospice’s Christmas tree in Worcester throughout

December.

Names of loved ones will also be displayed in a Book of Thanksgiving placed in Droitwich Library and on boards surrounding the tree at St Andrew’s Spire.

Visit www.strichards.org.uk/lightsoflove to make a dedication.

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