Langley City walk will honour loved ones lost

 

A walk will allow Langley residents to remember lost loved ones next Saturday.

On Oct. 11, World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, the Langley Hospice Society will host a one-hour walk from their offices in Langley City.

The walk starts at 10 a.m. at the Supportive Services Centre 20660 48th Avenue.

The walk will return to the centre at around 11 a.m.

The event is being held purely as a free public event for those who have faced the loss of a loved one. Refreshments will be served after the walk.

The Hospice Society runs a number of programs for both adults and children out of its Langley offices to help those who are facing death in their family.

Those wishing to walk can call or email to register in advance, though registration is not absolutely required for the event. Contact Shivani or Devan at 604-530-1115 or adultgriefsupport@langleyhospice.com.

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