Turning the UK pink and blue

As part of our general awareness raising for the 2017 Baby Loss Awareness Week we have been contacting notable landmarks and public buildings and asking if they would help us to highlight #babyloss by turning their lights pink and blue for some or all of Baby Loss Awareness Week the following have confirmed that they will be illuminated pink and blue during 9 – 15 October 2017!

If you you are nearby please visit take a photograph and share on social media and don’t forget to tag it so we can see it – thank you

England

  • Banbury – Banbury Cross. 14 and 15 October
  • Barking Town Hall flying the Baby Loss Awareness Week flag 9 – 15 October
  • Birmingham – Birmingham Central Library. 15 October
  • Birmingham – Birmingham Town Hall/Symphony Hall.
  • Blackpool – Blackpool Tower and Arches. Friday 13 October from 6:30-8pm
  • Bradford – Town Hall Tower Clock
  • Canvey Island – St Nicholas Church
  • Chesterfield – Howard Lilleker and Sons
  • Chorley – Chorley Town Hall Lancashire. 14 and 15 October
  • Colchester – Colchester Castle.
  • Coventry – Coventry Cathedral.
  • Cumbria – St. Peters Church, Leasgill. 9 – 15 October
  • Ely – Ely Cathedral, Octagon Tower
  • Guildford – The Friary Shopping Centre. 9 – 15 October
  • Hull Women and Children’s Hospital. 9 – 15 October
  • Ipswich – Town Hall.
  • Leeds – First Direct Leeds Arena. Wednesday 11 October.
  • Leeds – White Rose Shopping Centre Internal lighting. 9 – 15 October
  • Liverpool – Steve Prescott Bridge. 15 October
  • Mansfield – Kingsmill Hospital. 9 – 15 October
  • Newcastle and Gateshead – Millennium Bridge. 15 October 7 pm for the Wave of Light
  • Norwich – Norwich City Hall. 14 and 15 October
  • Plymouth – Guildhall. 9 – 15 October
  • Plymouth – Smeaton’s Tower. 9 – 15 October
  • Portsmouth – Portsmouth Spinnaker Tower. 15 October
  • South end on Sea – seafront lights. 9 – 15 October
  • Sunderland – Penshaw Monument. 9 – 15 October
  • Tonbridge – Tonbridge Castle.
  • Wakefield – Town Hall Clock Tower. 15 October
  • Wakefield – Wakefield Prison Clock Tower. 9 – 15 October
  • Waterbeach – St John’s Church
  • York – York Hospital.

Channel Islands

  • Jersey Fort Regent Dome. 9 – 15 October

Isle of Man

  • Douglas – Tower of Refuge 15 October
  • Ramsey – Ramsey Harbour Swing Bridge 15 October

Northern Ireland

  • Antrim – Antrim Civic Centre
  • Ards Town Hall
  • Armagh – Gaol
  • Armagh – Palace Demesne
  • Bangor – Town Hall
  • Ballyclare – Town Hall
  • Belfast – City Hall 15 October
  • Londonderry – Derry City and Strabane District Council building. 9 – 15 October
  • Newtownabbey – Mossley Mill

Scotland

  • Aberdeen – Her Majesty’s Theatre. 9 – 15 October
  • Aberdeen – Marischal College. 9 – 15 October
  • Aberdeen – Robert Gordon University. 9 – 15 October
  • Dunfermline – Carnegie Hall. 9 – 15 October
  • Edinburgh – Balmoral Hotel Clock Faces. 14 and 15 October
  • Edinburgh – Bank Hotel Bar. 9 – 15 October
  • Edinburgh – Radisson Blu Hotel. 9 – 15 October
  • Edinburgh – Scottish Government: St. Andrew’s House. 9 – 15 October
  • Edinburgh – Scottish Government: Victoria Quay. 9 – 15 October
  • Grangemouth – The Kelpies. 15 October
  • Lerwick – Town Hall. 9 – 15 October

 Wales

  • Bodelwyddyn, Nr St.Asaph – Marble Church 15 October
  • Cardiff – Cardiff City Hall 9 – 15 October
  • Cardiff – Ice Arena Wales 9 – 15 October
  • Merthyr – The Redhouse 9 – 15 October
  • Wrexham – Kelso House 15 October