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Cruse is here to support you after the death of someone close. Find out how get help for yourself or for a child by reading our articles, or contacting us for telephone, email, or face-to-face services.



Latest news

On July 22nd, Prince George celebrates his third birthday. Olga Thomas has composed a gentle and peaceful lullaby especially for Prince George to celebrate his birthday.

Once again our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the people of France following the attack in Nice – those who died, those who have lost loved ones, those who were injured and those who witnessed the attacks.

The Fair Funerals campaign has challenged funeral directors to make their prices more accessible, calling on funeral homes to make prices available online.

Training courses

Our new Cruse Masterclasses are delivered by eminent bereavement specialists, supported by Cruse Bereavement Care. They are hosted by Dr Colin Murray Parkes. Our next speakers will be Ted Bowman on Tuesday 20th September, and Robert Neimeyer on 12th November 2016.

In any business environment, even staff who are confident and competent can find themselves worrying when they have to talk to a bereaved client or colleague. For some companies this happens as a routine part of work, and in every workplace staff will be affected by bereavement.



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

Cruse help for a child or young person

News from Hope Again

Every year I see my friends preparing for Father's Day, searching for the perfect present and rummaging the shelves for a card he'll love. Every year I get the same overwhelming sense of nostalgia and loss, missing the days where I was also hunting for that perfect gift. 

Read more on the message board 

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.