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SANDS garden

On 10th June, we attended a Memorial Service at the National Arboretum for all stillborn babies. We sat and cried and remembered our little baby granddaughter, Lyra, who was stillborn last year. We wrote her name on a pebble and left it in the SANDS memorial garden. As we were driving home, our daughter Jenny phoned us with the wonderful news that she had just given birth to a lovely baby girl. Our tears of sadness were turned into tears of joy. People all over the country have been praying for the safe delivery of this baby. Thank you all.

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