Daisy Remembrance Campaign – Meadow of Memories Exhibit
The Children’s Bereavement Centre would like to invite you and your family and friends to join us for our special ‘Meadow of Memories Exhibit’ as part of our Daisy Remembrance Campaign in Newark Castle Grounds on June 26th and 27th.
The exhibit is a unique opportunity for children, young people and their families to come together to remember and celebrate the lives of those they love and have lost.
If you would like to donate for your own daisy please click here. By getting involved, you will not only be joining together with others to remember those special people who have died but you will also help to ensure that 1000s of grieving families get the specialist support they need now and in the future.
(Please be aware that the date of this exhibition is subject to change depending on the lockdown restrictions due to COVID-19 at this time).
For further information about please contact Rachel on 07593 439241 or via email email@example.com
We hope you can join us.
Saturday Peer Support Groups.
The aim of these groups are to create an environment where children age 7 to 11 years, who are bereaved or affected by terminal-illness of someone important to them, feel safe enough to share their feelings with others whilst taking part in fun activities and workshops. Due to COVID-19 and the current lockdown restrictions these groups are currently suspended but we hope to return to them as soon as it’s legal and safe to do so. Everyone is welcome and if you would like more information, please do get in touch (details below).
Dates of 2021 are to be confirmed.
Time: 10am till 12
Venue: Hawtonville Young Peoples Centre, click HERE for directions.