Denbighshire Leisure Ltd is lighting up attractions in pink and blue this October in support of bereaved parents and their families and friends.

Baby Loss Awareness Week runs from Sunday 9th October to Saturday 15th October and is a special opportunity that mark the lives of babies lost during pregnancy, at birth, or soon after birth.

Now in its 20th year, Baby Loss Awareness week 2022 has a general theme of ‘Stepping Stones’ which will touch on the steps of the difficult and unique journeys that families face after experiencing baby loss.

Ruthin Craft Centre, Rhyl Sky Tower, Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 Restaurant and Bar and the waterfall will all be illuminated in pink and blue across Baby Loss Awareness Week in solidarity with the pregnancy and baby loss community from Sunday 9ths – Saturday 15th October.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure Ltd said “We’re lighting up attractions at Denbighshire Leisure Ltd in support of all the parents and bereaved families who have experienced such devastation. We want the Baby and Pregnancy Loss community to know, you are not alone on your journey and to please seek help and support if you are struggling. This year’s theme of ‘Stepping Stones’ is very touching and I think applies to a huge variety of difficult life situations. We would also like to recognise the admirable work carried out by health workers across the country to support bereaved families.”