Dumbarton, Scotland, UK. 17 November 2021
PICTURED: Close up of John Woodcock’s sculpture, One Day At A Time; Christ on the Cross casting away a large needle from his arm with the reflection of the lit candles remembering the people lost to addiction.
Rev Heller Gonzalez conducts annual memorial service of remembrance for all those lost to addiction. The ‘One Day At A Time’ Memorial Cross to Scotland’s drug victims created by artist, John Woodcock is carried in procession to the chancel. The Cross sculpture will now reside in St Augustine’s Episcopal Church after its blessing and dedication at the memorial service.
Scotland’s annual figures showed that there were 1,339 drug deaths last year - an increase of 75 from the 1,264 recorded the previous year which means Scotland continues to have by far the highest drug death rate recorded by any country in Europe.
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- Memorial Service of Remembrance for those lost to addiction, Dumbarton, 17 November 2021