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Baby Loss Awareness Week 2022

We have been super busy during baby loss awareness week 2022, and whilst you may be aware of what we have been up to from our social media pages and blog posts, we thought we would round it all up here for you!

Suzanne was out in the Bournemouth and Poole area raising awareness.


Our Angel Bears Babyloss Awareness Stand was on display at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital by the main reception.

 This had lots of information about our services and the help that is available to families. 

This was on display all week and was promoted by the team at the Early Pregnancy Department.


Suzanne spoke at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital Baby Remembrance Service and told her story and how she set up the charity as we felt that families should receive something in memory of their little ones no matter how they early in the pregnancy they were sadly lost. And shared what the Charity do to the families who attended and offered support.  

 Our Angel Bears have been supplying Bournemouth Hospital with our packs and running our Bournemouth Support Group for the last five years.


Suzanne attended the University Hospitals Dorset NHS Trust Womens Network Babyloss Awareness Event which gave her the opportunity to meet with the hospital community and other local charities. 

We had an awareness stand at the event and we shared what we do and the support that we can offer families.

A very informative event we hope to participate in more of these in the future and help to raise awareness.


Our Angel Bears had a Babyloss Awareness Week Stand at Tesco Tower Park Poole.

Tesco very generously raised £300 which Suzanne collected through their Charity Bookshelf Scheme. Tesco have been very supportive of Our Angel Bears.


Suzanne was also out in Bournemouth and Poole leaving random acts of kindness for Babyloss Awareness. These packs will help share what we do in the community so people learn about our services so they can seek support if needed.

Suzanne also held the Online Pregnancy Loss Support Group. 


 Nicci was out in the West Midlands raising awareness.


Nicci held her Tipton Support Group and was interviewed for local newspaper Star and Express and shared how she set up her support group in her local community.


She attended the Dudley Maternity Voices Partnership Meeting and met with the local community and health professionals to tell them about Our Angel Bears services.


Nicci raised awareness at her local library with an Awareness Stand .

We also had a display at Dudley neonatal unit.


She gave out random acts of kindness in the local community and had a pink and blue window display at home.


We would like to thank everyone who attended one of our events or interacted with us online.


A few images of the great work we've been doing this week

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