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Wall of Reflection

For the second annual National Day of Reflection on 23 March, will your organisation support a local Wall of Reflection, and join the nationwide minute’s silence?

There are lots of other ways your organisation can take part in the National Day of Reflection 2022 too, from online events to lighting candles in the evening, and wearing your daffodils with pride.

Walls of Reflection are a new feature of the National Day. They’re places to share your thoughts about loved ones who've died. You can display photos, poems, objects, music, stories, articles, hobbies or recipes – whatever feels right. You can choose to host one for your local community, or visit one nearby.

At 12 noon on the day, we’ll lead a minute’s silence, hosted by Downton Abbey star and Marie Curie Ambassador Jim Carter.

This is a time for the nation to support the millions of people who are grieving, and remember the family, friends, neighbours and colleagues we’ve lost during the pandemic.

During the programme for the minute’s silence, we’ll be screening a special poem from the Poet Laureate of Birmingham; a story from Rachael, whose dad died in March 2020; and a gospel choir performance. Register today and download a calendar reminder for your diary.

Visit the National Day of Reflection website to find out more, and plan your activities. And please spread the word on social media about any activities you’re planning with @mariecurieuk


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