Exeter service today for parents who have lost a baby
A special service will take place in Exeter today to allow parents who lost a baby to come together.
The Saying Goodbye service will take place today at 4pm at Exeter Cathedral.
The ceremony is the 14th service to take place at cathedrals and minsters across the country this year.
Saying Goodbye was created by Devon couple Zoe and Andy Clark-Coates. The couple have had the misfortune of five babies themselves over the years.
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The Exeter service is open to anyone who has lost a baby during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy and seeks to those lives lost or cut short in a moving way.
The organisation behind the services is the Mariposa Trust, which also offers support for people who have been through loss, as well as other services.
Saying Goodbye, meanwhile, is supported by ambassadors who include world medical experts Professor Lord Robert Winston, Professor Lesley Regan and Professor Lesley Page as well as celebrities and broadcasters such as Nigella Lawson, Gabby Logan, Jools Oliver and Denise Robertson, Julie Etchingham and Jo Elvin.
More information can be found at www.sayinggoodbye.org, you can follow on twitter @SayinggoodbyeUK
Zoe and Andy Clark-Coates can also be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org