Losing someone in your life can be very difficult all year round, but it can be especially difficult at Christmas time.
Everyone is home for the festive season, families are re united, friends are celebrating, and it can be difficult to enjoy all this when you know someone special is no longer around to enjoy it with you.
Maybe it may help to take some time to dedicate some of the festive season to remembering those special people and reassuring yourself that they will not be forgotten.
Each year the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation does just that, with a special service/concert dedicated to giving people that special time to remember all those who are not with us for the holidays.
This years service will take place on Sunday he 8th of December at 2pm in the beautiful Kelvingrove Art Gallery in the West end of Glasgow.
The service is free but you can leave donations with will go to the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation who help and give hope to those affected by lung cancer.
"Dedicate a Christmas light to somebody special on one of our celebration trees.
When you support the Celebrate A Life at Christmas appeal you will receive a keepsake Remembrance card containing the names of your loved ones. You can remember anybody you choose – not just people who have died from lung cancer. There is no minimum donation – all we ask is that you be as generous as you can."
You can get your free tickets for the service Here
I'm hoping to go along, again work provided.
But I think its a lovely way to dedicate some time to remember someone special at Christmas.