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St George’s Hall is turning pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018

St George’s Hall will be illuminated in pink and blue lights from 9th to 15th October 2018 to show Liverpool’s support for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018 (9th to 15th October).

St Georges Hall Pink and Blue

The annual awareness week, now in its 16th year, is an opportunity for bereaved parents, families and friends, to commemorate babies’ lives and break the silence around pregnancy and baby loss in the UK.

Caron Lappin, Director of Nursing & Midwifery from Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust said: “We hope turning St George’s Hall pink and blue will spark conversations about baby loss which is still seen as a taboo subject in today’s society and can be a very isolating experience for families to go through. We hope this gives bereaved parents and families an opportunity to talk about their precious babies.“

About Baby Loss Awareness Week

Baby Loss Awareness Week is an opportunity for bereaved parents, and their families and friends, to unite with others across the world to commemorate their babies’ lives. It is also a chance to raise awareness about the issues surrounding pregnancy and baby loss in the UK, and let the public and key stakeholders know what charities and other supportive organisations are doing on bereavement care and support around pregnancy and baby loss.

The charities leading Baby Loss Awareness Week are committed to raising awareness of pregnancy and baby loss, providing support to anyone affected by pregnancy loss and the death of a baby, working with health professionals and services to improve bereavement care, and reducing preventable deaths. Visit Baby Loss Awareness website for more information. 

Buildings and landmarks turning pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018 

All the buildings and landmarks turning pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018 will be featured on the interactive map and the Facebook album. Anyone in Liverpool can share their photos of St George’s Hall on social media tagged #BLAW2018

08 October 2018