When someone close dies, the world can seem a lonely and empty place. At times like this it helps to talk things over with someone who will listen without judging or telling you what to do.


Bereavement is something we all experience at sometime in our lives and each of us reacts to it in different ways.

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For anyone interested in offering support to bereaved adults and children in their community, or place of work.

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Covid-19 Update

Thank you for visiting the Bereavement Care web-site. We are aware of the distress following the Covid-19 pandemic and the traumatic loss of family members and friends that so many people in our local community are coping with. With the ongoing risk of Coronavirus infections, most of our support is still being offered via telephone. However, some of our drop in groups have now restarted, where we will be able to meet those who wish to receive face to face support (taking due regard of suitable COVID precautions).  We would like to assure you that we will do our very best to provide support at this difficult time.

Diary Dates

Initial Bereavement Training

This course is held over two days

Tuesdays 13th AND 20th September

TIME: 9.30am – 3.30pm

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Annual Conference 2022

Wednesday 26th October

10.00am – 3.30pm

Emmanuel Church Northwood

Full details here

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