Welcome to Bexley and Bromley Cruse

Bromley Bereavement support group

A monthly group offering support after the death of a loved one, meets on the first Wednesday of each month at The Holy Trinity Convent, 15 Marian Gardens, Bromley, BR1 3FH (the convent car park is via the driveway which runs along the side of St. Joseph’s Church, 1 Orchard Road, Bromley, BR1 3JF (use this postcode in your Sat Nav.) which is a few yards past the roundabout at the junction with Plaistow Lane) from 7pm. It's a small informal group and no bookings are necessary - our next group will meet on Wednesday 5th April. Please feel free to pop along for a chat.

Bexley Bereavement support group

A monthly group offering support after the death of a loved one, meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at The Angelus Centre, Bexley Road, Erith DA8 3HQ from 7pm. It's a small informal group and no bookings are necessary - our next group will meet on Wednesday 19th April.  Please feel free to pop along for a chat.

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ABOUT US:

The death of someone close can be shattering. Everyone experiences grief differently; there is no ‘normal’ or ‘right’ way to grieve. How we react will be influenced by many different things, including our age and personality, our cultural background and religious beliefs, our previous experiences of bereavement, our circumstances and how we cope with loss.

Cruse is a national charity that provides advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved, whenever or however the death occurred. The service is provided by trained, experienced volunteers and is confidential and free.

Cruse has been in Bexley since 1984 and in Bromley since 2011, and provides free bereavement support and counselling to anyone living in the area, irrespective of age, race, gender, culture, religion, ethnicity and disability.

Our Bereavement Volunteers who provide this support service receive rigorous and demanding bereavement training. In accordance with best practice, every volunteer is allocated to a trained supervisor so that quality of performance is regularly monitored and expertise enhanced. Volunteers continually receive in-house training, elements of which are obligatory such as Child Protection Procedures, and this training ensures provision of a quality service.