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Rubery and South Birmingham residents can remember a loved one on Mortons' Tree of Lights

Bromsgrove Editorial 21st Nov, 2018

RUBERY and South Birmingham residents can remember lost loved ones in the run-up to Christmas through a special scheme being run by Mortons Funeral Directors.

Mortons, which has premises in Northfield, Rubery and Cotteridge, is hosting its annual Tree of Light Memorial Service next Sunday, December 2.

Guests attending the ceremony will have the opportunity to write a message of love on a Memorial Star, which will be placed on Mortons’ giant Christmas tree.

Sarah Case, Mortons’ assistant managing director, said: “Christmas is always such a poignant time of year for those who have lost someone close to them, but it’s also a time to give thanks and to reflect about those who are no longer with us.”

The service begins at 3pm in a marquee at Mortons’ head office on Bristol Road South, Northfield.

Anyone unable to attend but who would like a memorial star completed on their behalf can email sarah@mortonsfunerals.co.uk or call 0121 476 9111.

Story by Demi Andrews.

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