A WIRRAL charity helping families when 'pregnancy doesn't go to plan' will be lighting up the Floral Pavilion to support Baby Loss Awareness Week.

From tomorrow (Wednesday, October 9) until Tuesday, October 15, the Floral Pavilion will light up pink and blue to show support for Baby Loss Awareness Week thanks to Stage UK and Moreton based Elsie's Moon.

Elsie's Moon was set up by Wirral parents Lindsey and Chris after their beautiful daughter Elsie Stevie Pagett tragically passed away last year.

The charity offer wellbeing classes for families, aiming to break the silence around fertility, loss and trauma while also working with other charities in supporting bereavement training.

Elsie's Moon also provide Little Butterfly packs for early baby loss and Elsie's Essential packs for families who do not expect to be in hospital.

The charity are a member of the Baby Loss Awareness Alliance which is a group of more than 60 charities who are committed to raising awareness of pregnancy and baby loss and providing support.

On Wednesday, October 9, Elsie's Moon is hosting a remembrance and awareness event at the Floral Pavilion from 6pm with teas and coffee available.

A memory walk will then take place around the Marine Lake from 6.30pm and all are welcome - including dogs.

Lindsey told the Globe: "On October 9, the first evening the building will be lit so we'll be meeting at Floral Pavilion at 6pm, come along to have a hot drink and warming food and be together in remembering our babies.

"We would love to see you there to start Babyloss Awareness Week, to remember, raise awareness and drive change together."

To mark Babyloss Awareness Week Elsie's Moon have also created ‘Little Butterfly Bracelets’ which are now available at £2.50 including postage from https://www.facebook.com/ElsiesMoon/

For more information about the awareness event can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1350241551805350/