"Always Loved, Never Forgotten"
How it all began
The story began on the 2nd August 1960, when twins Zoe and Clive Gentle were born prematurely. Sadly Zoe lost her fight for life and died at nine hours old. Clive survived and lives a full and happy life.
We are a non-profit making organisation based in Aldershot, Hampshire. We support families who have been bereaved of a baby or child whether they live locally or around the world.
A remembrance book for babies and children
We assist families with tracing their baby's grave
Plans are underway to establish the "Footsteps" project. where we will fund memorials dedicated to babies who were stillborn or who died soon after birth, The memorials will be installed in cemeteries accross the UK.
All the services we offer are free, however any donation you feel you would like to make would be gratefully received.
The Remembrance Book
A remembrance book was established in July 2004 and is available to anyone who has had a baby or child buried at Aldershot Military Cemetery or to anyone who has a connection to the British Armed Services. The remembrance book is and will always be a permanent dedication to all our precious babies and children, whether the cause of death was stillbirth, neonatal death, cot death, illness or accident.
The remembrance book is homed at the Royal Garrison Church of All Saints, Aldershot, Hampshire. The book was donated by Aldershot Garrison and the cabinet in which it is homed was deigned and made with funds donated by the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst
Making an entry is free, however any donations you feel you can make towards the cost of calligraphy will be gratefully received. If you feel you would like to enter your child's name in the remembrance book; open the(PDF Form)and upon completion return to the supplied address. For further information about the remembrance book click on the pamphlet.
Alternatively we have an online remembrance book, this is for all bereaved parents. Please look at the page named "We Remember".