The Yellow Hearts to Remember Campaign was started by Becky, Hannah and their grandad David, following the death of their Grandma, Sheila, by coronavirus.
Inspired by the yellow ribbons that people would tie to trees and door handles in remembrance of the men who had left for war, they put yellow hearts in their windows to remember Sheila. You can find out more about the campaign by joining the Yellow Hearts to Remember Facebook page.
Before long, families up and down the country were placing yellow hearts in their windows as a symbol of remembrance and a way of letting people know they were grieving.
Today, the yellow heart continues to be a poignant expression of love, and grief, during these difficult times. You’re invited to leave a personalised message and image in our sea of yellow hearts, to remember a loved one today.
The Yellow Heart movement also inspired the artist Mackenzie Thorpe to create the artwork on this page, 'A Light in the Storm,' to honour and remember every single person lost throughout these difficult times.