Hull and East Riding | Cruse Bereavement Care

0808 808 1677

Due to the current pandemic and ongoing social distancing, all Cruse services will be provided over the telephone, email or internet until further notice. Please contact us to find out more. 

Please note the Hull and East Riding office and the Cruse Drop-in Centres at Bridlington and Market Weighton are temporarily closed during the Coronavirus pandemic.

There is much helpful information on coronavirus and other aspects of grief and bereavement on this website. 

Coronavirus articles and resources
National helpline. 

About us

We offer support and help to those who are grieving, following the death of someone close. Such an event can affect us emotionally, physically, socially and in many practical areas of our life.

Bereavement can have serious effects on individuals, families and communities. Cruse Bereavement Care in Hull and East Riding is part of over 75 local services of the national charity Cruse Bereavement Care, which for 60 years has given support and help to everyone who comes to us in their time of need. That help and support is strictly confidential and is given without charge.

Most of us, at some time in our lives will be faced with the death of someone we care very deeply about. When someone you love dies it can feel as though a piece of you has died too. But you don’t have to go through it alone. We are here to support you through one of the most difficult experiences you will ever have to face. Our support includes confidential one to one meetings, telephone support and ‘drop in’ facility.

Anyone in the Area requiring information or to self-refer should telephone 01482 565565 for the branches in Hull, Bridlington & Goole or email
There is also a referral form you can download, complete and return to 

Hull Branch is able to take referrals to support adults, children and young people.

Bridlington Branch is able to take referrals for adults only.

We are looking for new volunteers to help us support bereaved people. Find out more.


Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has helped us to support local people in our area who have been affected by bereavement. Thanks to the Government for making this possible.