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Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with all those affected by the attacks in Westminster – those who have lost loved ones, those who were injured, th

After the death of Rosy Sutcliffe’s father last year and the subsequent journey of grief her family went through, Neil, Rosy’s husband, decided to use his creative talents to explore these feelings by designing a show garden at the new RHS Chatsworth Flower Show (7-11th June 2017).  The garden is

Training courses

Spaces are filling up fast for loss and bereavement one day training courses 2017! 

Book Now to secure your spot before it’s too late!

The Lois Tonkin and Cruse Bereavement Care Masterclass 2017 builds on our successful events of 2016, bringing this world-renowned speaker to deliver an exciting and interactive session to all those wanting to enhance their skills and practice supporting bereaved people.



Hope Again is Cruse Bereavement Care's website for young people. 

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News from Hope Again

Mum's Last Wish

The documentary, 'Mum's Last Wish' follows the inspiring story of Shanti and Kalvin, two young people who sadly lost their loving mum, Seema, to cancer in 2015.

Despite the horrible situation that Seema had been placed in, she focused on being positive and making the best of what time she had left. She began recording vlogs of her journey, and gained a large following online. 

Read more on the blog 

Our wonderful long-term YAG member Paddy O'Hare has made a touching video on his experience with bereavement. He was brave enough to tell his personal story on the loss of his Dad, and share it with the world to help other young people. 
Read what Patrick has to say about making the video and its impact for young people.