High Life Highland is supporting a national day to remember those who have died during the coronavirus pandemic, and to show support for everyone who has been bereaved.
The campaign is being led by the charity Marie Curie, and set to take place on Tuesday 23rd March – the anniversary of the UK going into the first national lockdown.
The National Day of Reflection will give communities throughout the Highlands and the UK an opportunity to pause to remember, grieve and celebrate the life everyone who has died during the pandemic and give thoughts to friends, family, and colleagues also affected.
High Life Highland is committed to supporting the National Day of Reflection, alongside a host of other organisations who are backing the day. Locally, High Life Highland will encourage staff to take part in the minute’s silence at 12 noon.
High Life Highland’s Chief Executive, Steve Walsh said, “This time last year, nobody could ever have imagined what lay ahead in the next twelve months. I think every single one of us has been affected in some way and I think Tuesday will give us all a chance to reflect in our own individual and personal ways.”
To find out more about the National Day of Reflection and how to get involved visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/dayofreflection. #DayofReflection