The death of a loved one can turn your life upside down. Everybody’s experience of grief can be different but many find that talking can help. Bereavement hubs are run by trained volunteers and offer the chance for you to express your feelings and share experiences with others who are experiencing loss and grief. The hubs are also a great space where you can access information about other services that you may find useful. Bereavement hubs are free to attend and there’s no need to book in advance.
While the above hubs are on hold due to lockdown and COVID restrictions:
The WHAT centre is now set to open the New Virtual Bereavement Hub suitable for 12s to 18 year olds. This is an opportunity for young individuals to come together with others who have experienced bereavement and talk about how it has affected their lives.
Our aim is to create a non judgmental and empathic environment where you will be able to share your experiences with others and discuss ways that have helped you come to terms with your loss and Grief. To feel the benefit of interacting with others who have been through the experience of Bereavement.
Bereavement Hub (12s to 18 year olds): Saturdays (fortnightly) 1pm to 2pm
Via Zoom. If interested, please complete our referral form and you will be contacted.