We invite everyone to join us to celebrate Light Up the Prom with you all on Friday 23 November.
Think of the people close to you who have been shining lights in your life.
Through their love, friendship or compassion, those extraordinary people leave a mark on you that can never be forgotten.
That’s why, every year, Bournemouth Hospital Charity – alongside Macmillan Caring Locally – proudly host Light Up the Prom.
You and your family and friends can take part by purchasing a light in memory of a loved one and dedicating their name into our Book of Light.
Then, on Friday 23 November, join hundreds of people in your community on the Bournemouth Pier Approach, or in the comfort of your own home, to celebrate Light Up the Prom – Bournemouth’s biggest memorial event.
A night of lights, music and remembrance begins with two minutes of silent reflection as hundreds of lights illuminate the prom, followed by a dazzling fireworks display. This year, the Funky Little Choir will also provide musical entertainment.
Proceeds from Light Up the Prom will support both Bournemouth Hospital Charity and Macmillan Caring Locally, who support the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital.
Your support of Light Up the Prom is vital to our efforts to provide new equipment, training and improvements to our hospitals.
Lights will be available to buy on the night.
Light Up the Prom is sponsored by Harold G Walker Solicitors
“As local Solicitors, we have witnessed first-hand the outstanding care delivered by staff at Bournemouth Hospital, which is why we are so proud to be sponsoring the inspirational Light Up the Prom event in support of Bournemouth Hospital Charity to remember all those lost through illness.
“At Harold G Walker Solicitors our specialist team offer a wide range of legal services and advice from our offices in Broadstone, Christchurch, Verwood and Wimborne. As your Friend-in-Law we pride ourselves on delivering personal and professional advice you can trust. We specialise in Conveyancing, Family Law, Wills and Probate, Dispute Resolution, as well as Employment and Commercial legal advice.”