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Grief at miscarriages recognised

by Madeleine Davies

REMEMBRANCE services are being held for parents who have suffered miscarriages. It is hoped that they will be a “turning point” in increas­ing understanding of the trauma involved.

Eight “Saying Goodbye” services are to take place between September and December this year in Exeter Cathedral, St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh, York Minster, Birmingham Cathedral, Llandaff Cathedral, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, St Paul’s Cathedral, and Bristol ...

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