Choir at St Anthony’s Primary School sing at Light up a Life event

Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Garath Keating at the Southern Area Hospice Services, Light Up A Life Ceremony in Craigavon Civic Centre with, Ann Dalzell and Deirdre Breen, Hospice Friends Support Group, Rev Graham Stockdale, Hospice Chaplain, Siobhan McArdle, Hospice Fundraising and members of the St Anthonys Primary School choir.
Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Garath Keating at the Southern Area Hospice Services, Light Up A Life Ceremony in Craigavon Civic Centre with, Ann Dalzell and Deirdre Breen, Hospice Friends Support Group, Rev Graham Stockdale, Hospice Chaplain, Siobhan McArdle, Hospice Fundraising and members of the St Anthonys Primary School choir.

Lord Mayor, Councillor for Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Garath Keating hosted a Light Up a Life Illumination Ceremony in Craigavon Civic Centre on behalf of the Southern Area Hospice Services, recently.

There was an excellent turnout from members of the public who enjoyed the singing provided by the choir from St Anthony’s Primary School, Craigavon.

Also attendikng the event were members of the Hospice Friends Support Group, Rev Graham Stockdale, Hospice Chaplain and Siobhan McArdle, of the Hospice Fundraising group.

At Southern Area Hospice Services they understand how difficult Christmas can be for those who have lost a loved one; it is important to remember them and this is why they organise their special ‘Light Up A Life’ Christmas campaign.

The campaign centres around the Christmas tree which is illuminated with hundreds of little white lights.

Each little light represents a life, someone’s child, a mother, father, brother or sister, each one special to those who have loved them.

Everyone taking part will receive a special Light Up A Light Christmas card for you to keep or pass on to a family member, and your light will shine down from our tree all over the Christmas period.

To receive a dedication form or to donate by phone you can call the charity on 028 3025 1333 or email them at mcardles@southernareahospiceservices.org or visit the Southern Hospice Facebook page.

Southern Area Hospice Services relies on 73p in every pound coming from fundraising to enable them to care and support patients and their families.