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Jason Watkins and Clara Francis

Getting Through It – Jason Watkins

Getting Through It – Jason Watkins   Jason Watkins talks to the Guardian about the sudden death of their daughter, Maude and how he and Clara found help to get through. Click to view the article in the Guardian here.   SLOW is a local bereavement charity and can provide support here in Islington and North London for anyone […]

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Tough Mudder 2017 - Slow Group Charity Islington North London

Tough Mudder raises £13,700 for SLOW

Tough Mudder raises £13,700 for SLOW This is an amazing achievement for a group of 19 young, very committed people.   A close knit group of family and friends from Muswell Hill, who have been supported by SLOW, and have pushed themselves through the mud, literally, to help us help many more bereaved parents and […]

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Slow Group Charity Islington North London

The Grief Of The Parents: A Lifetime Journey

“Children are not supposed to die …”     There is an excellent article on athealth.com about the grief of parents. If you would like to read it, click here for the article. SLOW is a local bereavement charity and can provide support here in Islington and North London for anyone affected by the loss of a child or sibling. […]

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Manchester by the Sea – the silent language of grief

Kenneth Lonergan’s film Manchester by the Sea is a brilliant portrayal of male grief – the review of the film in the Independent talks about both the performance and the impact on the characters and viewers – thoroughly recommended.   SLOW is a local bereavement charity and can provide support here in Islington and North London for anyone affected […]

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Labour’s request to end infant funeral charges

It seems incredible that there is a postcode lottery when it comes to charges for infant funeral costs. Teresa Pearce, Labour’s shadow secretary of state for communities and local government has asked the chancellor to make this free for all bereaved parents in the upcoming Autumn Statement on November 23rd. For example, there are parts of […]

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