National Day of Reflection on Tuesday 23rd March.
Reflect – support – hope.
Dry Drayton Church is supporting the National Day of Reflection on Tuesday 23 March, the first anniversary of the UK lockdown, to commemorate the tragic loss of life and to stand together with everyone who’s grieving.
The church will be open from 10am until dusk with background music playing and we will toll the bell to mark the end of the minute’s silence at 12 noon to show support for the millions of people who are bereaved.
Other suggestions to mark the day include sending a card or contact someone who may feel bereaved: Church of England research shows that 6 out of 10 adults have lost someone in the last year where they would have attended the funeral and 4 out of 10 say they have lost someone close to them. Or at 8pm placing a lantern or candle on your doorstep or front window to show your support.
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