Bereaved families in Cumbria have been planting snowdrops at Sizergh Castle near Kendal in memory of their loved one.
Child Bereavement UK's snowdrop walk is designed to give families a physical remembrance at a place they can come back to.
"I think it's the significance, it's the ritual of coming and doing something. It's an act to remember. It's a special place that they come back to visit. They're with other families who are in a similar situation, so everybody understands each other. They will chat to other families while they're doing it. And it's just that special place for them to remember that special person."
"Families in this area can be very isolated when they're bereaved. It's difficult sometimes for them to get access to services and find support, and so we offer support to bereaved children and young people aged 0 to 19 in the South Lakeland area."
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