Awareness of charity work

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Awareness is being raised of a baby remembrance photography.

Tina, a photographer from Whitley Bay, is a volunteer photographer for the charity Remember My Baby.

And as EastEnders covers a stillbirth storyline, Tina is hoping to raise awareness of the work the charity does for bereaved parents.

Tina said: “It is a very sensitive subject.

“Remember My Baby is for parents losing their baby before, during or shortly after birth, however with EastEnders running a stillbirth storyline, and the charity celebrating its first anniversary, this is a great way to raise awareness to parents who may not know that this service exists.”

Remember My Baby offers a service of baby remembrance photography to all parents suffering the loss of their baby in every hospital and birth centre in the UK.

Families can contact Remember My Baby – via www.remembermybaby.org.uk – or the volunteer photographers directly if their hospital or birth Centre does not currently promote the services offered.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “When a family loses a lifetime’s potential for capturing milestones as their child grows, Remember My Baby volunteer photographers will capture a precious baby with parents, siblings and extended family for free.

“Each family will receive a ‘free gift’ of high resolution digital images with a copyright license to print for their own personal use.”

For more information visit www.remembermybaby.org.uk

Alternatively, those in an NHS Trust who would like to know more about the service and how to introduce it into a maternity hospital or birth Centre should email info@remembermybaby.org.uk