PEOPLE who have been affected by terminal illness or bereavement are being invited to join Marie Curie's special Christmas service at Bradford Cathedral.

The event, on Monday, December 5 at 7pm, will be the charity’s first Lights to Remember Service since coronavirus restrictions were lifted.

Staff, volunteers and supporters of the charity will join the service, which will include readings, music, and the time and space to reflect on the cherished memories of loved ones who have died.

Andrew Marshall, Principal Social Worker at Marie Curie Hospice, Bradford, said: “Everyone at Marie Curie is really looking forward to welcoming back an event which celebrates the lives of patients.

The services are completely free to attend and people can turn up on the day, but organisers are asking for people to register in advance in possible by November 26 at:

A 'virtual' service will be available online on Sunday, December 18./