Tammy Griffin gladly receives some solar-powered bud lights from Bundaberg East Rotary Club vocational service director Kevin Delaney.
Tammy Griffin gladly receives some solar-powered bud lights from Bundaberg East Rotary Club vocational service director Kevin Delaney. Max Fleet

Lights bring joy to angels

A DONATION from Bundaberg East Rotary Club will light up the faces of parents whose children are buried in Bundaberg Children’s Cemetery this Christmas.

Beautiful Angels founder Tammy Griffin was devastated this year when she discovered the lights used to decorate the children’s cemetery’s tree had gone missing.

But Bundaberg East Rotary Club and the community have rallied to replace the lights with several solar-powered sets.

“We’ve got so many decorations now that we have to have two trees this year,” Ms Griffin said.

“We’re overwhelmed with the amount of donations we’ve received.”

The two trees will be lit up on December 18.


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