Today we 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.
Londoners are being invited to share memories of lost loved ones on a wall covered with hundreds of daffodils.
The wall will be open at Observation Point, on London's South Bank, between 08:00 GMT and 19:00 GMT on Thursday
The 10ft (3m) long wall has been unveiled by charity Marie Curie on the South Bank to mark its National Day of Reflection today.
The end-of-life charity originally launched the event in 2021 to remember those who died in the Covid-19 pandemic and support those grieving in lockdown.
Daffodil-shaped spaces are available where people can share their memories.
More than 850 organisations took part in the event last year as well as King Charles.
The remembrance event has now been opened up to anyone who has lost a loved one for any reason and at any time.
The wall is one of hundreds set up across the UK for the occasion.