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People are being invited to pay tribute to those they’ve lost with messages on special memorial Christmas trees at Lincolnshire Co-op funeral homes.
From Monday 3rd December until Friday 21st December people can write personalised tributes to family and friends they’ve lost and place them on the trees.
Dealing with death is a difficult subject for many especially during the festive period, and it’s hoped this will offer some comfort and reassurance.
On Monday 3rd December funeral homes will be opening their doors to host coffee mornings between 10am until 12noon.
Lincolnshire Co-op’s Head of Funerals David Dernley said: “Christmas can be an especially tough time for those who’ve lost family members and friends. Our professional funeral colleagues are always on hand to help, whether someone needs advice on their arrangements or simply chat over a cup of tea.”
During this period Lincolnshire Co-op will also be raising funds for local financial wellbeing charities as part of its Community Champions scheme. Attendees can choose to donate what they can to help local groups that support people in financial hardship or who need advice.
Lincolnshire Co-op runs 21 funeral homes across its trading area. To find your local Lincolnshire Co-op funeral home visit: www.lincolnshire.coop/storefinder
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