Families will be able to remember loved ones at a special service at Thorpe Hall Hospice.
The Lights of Love at Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice will take place on Sunday, December 10 at 6pm.
Due to popular demand, former BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Jane Smith will once again host the event, and all those attending will be asked to join in the singing of favourite Christmas carols.
The centrepiece will be Thorpe Hall’s Lights of Love trees, decked with handwritten messages of love, remembrance and inspiration. Guests will be able to add their own dedication during Lights of Love.
Event organiser Suzanne Ostler said: “Lights of Love is a favourite with so many people who see it as the start of their festive celebrations. It’s a lovely way to remember and celebrate the lives of special people with family and friends in the run up to Christmas.”
The hospice thanked supporter Stamford Stone Co and sponsor Central England Co-operative for their support.