UK Commission on Covid Commemoration

You can add any service you want or edit the ones that are already listedThe UK Commission on Covid Commemoration has been established to secure a broad consensus from across the whole of the United Kingdom on how we commemorate the COVID-19 pandemic and mark this distinctive period in our history at a national and community level. The Commission is expected to report to the Prime Minister by the end of March 2023..

Marie-Curie National day of reflection

On 23 March 2023, let's all come together for the third UK National Day of Reflection – an opportunity to remember our loved ones who've died, support people who are grieving, and connect with each other. Please join us once again to mark the day with a minute's silence at noon.


Partnered with Covid19familiesuk, Scotland has its own independent support group, supporting bereaved across Scotland

Covid alliance

Covid Alliance UK is a supportive network of organisations who provide support and services on a range of Covid-related issues, and who meet regularly to coordinate and boost efforts to provide extra support and visibility.

Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)

The DCMS is a UK government department responsible for cultural, ,media and sport within England and Wales and are also the lead department for the newly created National day of Covid remembrance

Memory Stones of Love-Northern Ireland

Inspired by Rima who lost her brother Rami to Covid in NJ. Memory Stones of Love remembers all those lost during the pandemic. Stones of love is the leading organisation for Northern Ireland's pandemic bereaved and hosts memorial events across Northern Ireland