Home Park to be lit pink and blue in support parents who have lost babies

    More than 90 charities are coming together to highlight Baby Loss Awareness Week

    The Theatre of Greens is going to be awash with pink and blue lighting from this evening.

    Home Park is temporarily wearing a different set of colours over the coming days in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week.

    It will stay that way until the 15 October.

    An alliance of more than 90 charities are joining forces to highlight the increased isolation many people have experienced after pregnancy and baby loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Baby bereavement charity, Little Things & Co, asked the city of Plymouth’s local landmark buildings to light up pink and blue to mark the campaign.

    Home Park Stadium, along with Derriford Hospital, Smeaton’s Tower, and Plymouth Guildhall, will be lit as part of the national campaign.

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