Baby bereavement charity could close due to lack of funding

STV News went to meet with one parent who says the service is invaluable

A Scottish-based charity says its potential closure will set bereaved parents back 30 years, if they have to close.

Simba provides memory boxes for parents who have lost their baby.

The charity say demand has increased, at the same time funding has dwindled due to the cost of living crisis – so much so, they might only be able to keep their doors open for the next three months.