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Easter Bonnet Competition

Easter Bonnet Competition

Thank you very much for your amazing Easter Bonnets and pictures. They all look fantastic and I am sure that all of the baby angels will love them all.
Your support has been fantastic and a winner has been chosen by Freddie, Lily Maes brother. The winner is announced at the end of the video!!
Congratulations!!! xxx

Bereaved Siblings take part in the 1st Junior Wolf Run

Sunday 02 June 2019 saw 8 Junior Wolf Runners (Accompanied by their parent/guardian) take part in the 1st Junior Wolf Run 2019.

A huge well done 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 to our Junior 🐺 The WOLF RUN participants and their parents/guardians for completing the first ever #wolfrunjunior#wolfrun in memory of their baby siblings and part of our #SiblilgsGrieve2 Campaign.

Between them they have raised over ⭐️ 💕💙£2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣💙💕 ⭐️ An amazing amount of money that will go towards sibling packs for hospitals as well as unique support days/sessions following the loss of a baby brother or sister!


The children and adults were running in memory of:


Jack and Sean running in memory of ⭐️ Daisy and Georgie Casey ⭐️

Dean, Saskia, Stuart, Zackary and Ursula running in memory of  ⭐️ Sienna Diane Lomas ⭐️

Taylor, Jayden and Tim running in memory of  ⭐️ Lanie Star Eley ⭐️

Suki and Jaya running in memory of  ⭐️ Keira ‘Rocket’ Kaur Bhullar ⭐️

James and Zac running in memory of  ⭐️ Annabelle Rosie Spittle ⭐️

And all other babies gone too soon 💕💕


Lily Mae Foundation

The Lily Mae Foundation was set up in July 2010 in memory of a very special little girl. It was formed to create a lasting legacy to not only Lily Mae’s parents and family, but also to many others who were not fortunate enough to meet her.

The National Charity SANDS report that today, 17 babies will die; all the tragic victims of stillbirth or neonatal death. This statistic is showing no signs of decreasing and for every stillborn or neonatal death there is a family that is devastated following the loss of their baby.

This shocking statistic, the loss of 6,500 babies every year, is something the public is not generally aware of. Most people think stillbirths don’t happen in the 21st century. Stillbirth and Neonatal Death are taboo subjects, yet stillbirth in the UK is 10 times more common than cot death.

The Lily Mae Foundation is determined to change public perception of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death. Despite its frequency, there is little public perception of the frequency of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death. There has also historically been a lack of funding for research into Stillbirth and Neonatal Death.

Donations to The Lily Mae Foundation will be used to help and support Parents and Families that have been affected by the death of a baby. The Lily Mae Foundation aims to help change public perception of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death.