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We talk about finding love after a bereavement on BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours programme

ITV’s Political Editor, Robert Peston has bravely talked about the guilt he felt after finding love again after hsi wife, Sian died from cancer in 2012, aged 51.

His story sparked a debate about finding love again after the death of a partner and we were invited to take part in a live discussion about this on BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours programme on Wednesday 24 September 2018.

Midcountries Co-op choose Cruse as charity partner

We are delighted to announce that The Midcountries Co-operative Funeralcare has chosen Cruse Bereavement Care to be their new charity partner this year.

The Co-operative Midcountries Funeralcare branches will be supporting Cruse’s local bereavement services by doing a range of different fundraising activities throughout the year.They have already raised £1,043.

Congratulations to our runners in the British London 10K

On Sunday 15th July 2018 our largest running team to-date took on the British 10K - running through the streets of London on a blistering hot day!

Luci, our Area Support Coordinator and Fundraiser in West Sussex was one of the forty runners who took part. The four runners from West Sussex finished successfully and have raised nearly £1000 for their Area.

Bereavement Expert Lois Tonkin on Disenfranchised Grief

Yesterday evening saw Lois Tonkin, an expert on bereavement deliver an engaging presentation on Disenfranchised Grief to a packed room of 60+ volunteers and Cruse staff.  The large audience and number of questions showed the interest this subject raises.

The loneliness that can be experienced when in such circumstances was really brought home, and what was surprising to some was the extent of how many different types of disenfranchisement there actually are.

Cruse invited to the dedication of the National Memorial to British victims of overseas terrorism

Cruse COO Andy and Operations Manager Nicola Dias (pictured right in front of the memorial) attended the dedication of the National Memorial to British victims of overseas terrorism held on 17 May at The National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire. Two Cruse staff and twelve volunteers attended the dedication, and were available to provide support to the 260 bereaved people attending the moving ceremony.