New equipment for birthing suite

Dumfries and Galloway Sands were delighted to be able to buy and hand over a brand new camera and printer to staff at the Clenoch Birthing Centre, Galloway Community Hospital, Stranraer.  This new equipment will enable staff to take and provide bereaved parents with precious and long to be treasured photographs of their baby.  Dumfries and Galloway Sands will also provide the Clenoch with memory boxes. These are given to bereaved parents by staff at the hospital at the time of the birth and contain various items which will hopefully give some comfort to parents at such a tragic time.'Dumfries and Galloway Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity) hold monthly support meetings in their office at 34 Great King Street, Dumfries. The meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every month from 7.30-9.30pm. The meetings are for anyone affected by the death of a baby whether recently or long ago.  We can also be contacted through our website www.dg-sands.org or on 07864709228.  Meetings can also be arranged in t
Dumfries and Galloway Sands were delighted to be able to buy and hand over a brand new camera and printer to staff at the Clenoch Birthing Centre, Galloway Community Hospital, Stranraer. This new equipment will enable staff to take and provide bereaved parents with precious and long to be treasured photographs of their baby. Dumfries and Galloway Sands will also provide the Clenoch with memory boxes. These are given to bereaved parents by staff at the hospital at the time of the birth and contain various items which will hopefully give some comfort to parents at such a tragic time.'Dumfries and Galloway Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity) hold monthly support meetings in their office at 34 Great King Street, Dumfries. The meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every month from 7.30-9.30pm. The meetings are for anyone affected by the death of a baby whether recently or long ago. We can also be contacted through our website www.dg-sands.org or on 07864709228. Meetings can also be arranged in t

Dumfries and Galloway Sands (stillbirth and neonatal death) were delighted to be able to buy and hand over a brand new camera and printer to staff at the Clenoch Birthing Centre, Galloway Community Hospital, Stranraer.

This new equipment will enable staff to take and provide bereaved parents with treasured photographs of their baby. Dumfries and Galloway Sands will also provide the Clenoch with memory boxes. These are given to bereaved parents by staff at the hospital at the time of the birth and contain various items which will hopefully give some comfort to parents at such a tragic time.

the charity can be contacted through its website www.dg-sands.org or on 07864709228.