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REMEMBERING: Peter and Helen Cambrell light the memorial candle at the 2016 ‘Wave of Light’. Picture: Anthony Stipo.
Nanjing Night Net

FAMILIES who had gone through the heartache of stillbirth or miscarriage came a step closer to healing at the weekend.

Amongthem was Helen Cambrell, who lost her daughter Kristie to stillbirth in 1989, with husband Pete she lit the memorial candle at Griffith’s second ‘Wave of Light.’

Gathered in memory of the children who didn’t get to have futures Mrs Cambrell said the night had been a moving experience for all involved.

“Both Pete and I werehonoured to light the candle, it was a bit emotional, but we were proud to do it for Kristie,” she said.

“We hada couplewho spoke on the night who found it very moving because they had never been able to speak of their child before then, their child who would have been 23 now.”

Dressed in white, those gathered in the community gardens released doves, butterflies and balloons into the sky –a symbol of theparents living through a lifetime of lossreuniting with theirchildren.

Helping to heal city’s families | Photos Keran Davis and Jenny O’Donnell.

Kim Earl, Craig Earl, 7 and Susanne Rebetzke.

Jenny Overs.

Katelyn Earl and Jade Earl.

Chelsea Rand, 6 and Cooper Rand, 9.

Lizzy Harris.

Rachel Priest, 11.

Robyn Hallam and Sue Bryant.

Glenys Gaffey

Angela Creegan.

Doves were released into the sky.

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