Service to remember loved ones at Christmas
HULL: An annual service for families and friends to remember loved ones is being held this Sunday.
Hull City Council's bereavement services team is holding its annual carol service on Sunday, December 16, at 2pm, in the large chapel at Chanterlands Crematorium, Chanterlands Avenue.
The service of carols and prayers will be led by the Reverend Stephen Whaley.
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Music will be provided by organist Tony Brown, the Salvation Army Band, and Priory Primary School Choir will be singing. The service is open to everyone.
For information about Hull's Bereavement Services, visit www.hullcc.gov.uk or call 01482 300300.
HULL: A citywide campaign has been launched to encourage people to support their family, neighbours and colleagues.
The 1in4ofus campaign, commissioned by NHS Hull, aims to increase awareness and reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues.
Based on in-depth research carried out in 2011, experts found a number of people in Hull found difficulties connecting with others over issues of mental health.
A total of 37 per cent of people in Hull with a mental health problem have faced discrimination from family.
To help overcome this, the campaign team has teamed up with Hull City Council to advertise their services. hold family-focussed festive craft making events and hand out free packs of Christmas cards with helpful messages.
Visit www.1in4ofus.co.uk to find out more.
EAST YORKS: Sick children spending Boxing Day in hospital will be entertained with a pantomime.
Dick Whittington and his friends will be calling in to the children's ward at Hull Royal Infirmary to bring laughter and fun to the ward.
The team are part of the Get Well Soup campaign by Heinz, which is being run in partnership with children's charity Starlight.