It will be blue to differentiate it from the current colour, pink for Breast Cancer Awareness.
And a church service is due to take place on Sunday 16 October in the Hospital chapel in memory of babies and children who have died.
Anyone who wants to light a candle in remembrance of a child is welcome.
The service starts at 3 pm and coffee will be served afterwards.
Jo Nash, founder of baby loss charity Philip’s Footprints, said: ‘The 15 October is the end of baby loss awareness week and is also when we light our candles at 7 pm and leave them burning for at least one hour and join bereaved parents everywhere who are also lighting a candle at 7 pm in their time zone. This creates a very special wave of light around the world.
‘The Fort Regent dome is lit pink throughout October to recognise Breast Cancer Awareness however, just for today, the dome will be blue to recognise Baby Loss Awareness Day. Thank you Fort Regent marketing and technical team in raising awareness and remembering our babies.’
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