Our annual #lightupalife is on Sun 2 Dec, 5.30pm

This special event of Wirral Hospice St John’s is in its 17th year. Our annual switching on of the lights in the Hospice grounds is looked forward to by so many people across the Wirral. Our lights provide comfort and peace to those who have lost loved ones, and especially at what can be a very emotional time of year. Our Light Up A Life service also brings hope for the future and to help celebrate the lives of those who are thankfully still with us.

The lights will be switched at 5.30pm – we advise people to arrive in plenty of time to help ease traffic congestion. Car parking is free on the day and we will have stalls selling mulled wine and Hospice goods for people to browse whilst they wait for the service to begin.

If you would like to sponsor a light in memory or in honour of someone, you can call 0151 343 0778 or visit http://www.justgiving.com/Lesley-Woodhead1.

Our Books of Honour will be on display in the Hub (the Hospice’s cafe) from 4pm on Sun 2 Dec and then from 5-7pm on Mon 3, Tue 4, Wed 5, Thu 6 and Fri 7 Dec.

Thank you in advance for supporting Wirral Hospice St John’s Light Up A Life appeal. Wishing you all peace and comfort.

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Light Up A Life… a new star is born! #LUAL #lightupalight

We have two pins on sale this year to raise much-needed funds for patient care at Wirral Hospice St John’s.

The Silver Star pin is £1 and available at many outlets all across the Wirral.

We also have a NEW Light Up A Life pin, which is on sale for £2 at the Hospice, our charity shops and at our events.

If you would like to receive the Light Up A Life pin through the post, please send a cheque made out to ‘Wirral Hospice St John’s’ to:

Wirral Hospice St John’s, Light Up A Life pin, Mount Road, Higher Bebington, Wirral CH63 6JE

Wearing one of our pins is a lovely way to show your support of our work, especially in the lead-up to Christmas, which is a very emotional time but particularly for those who have lost loved ones or have family members receiving care at the Hospice.

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