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North London Bereaved Parents Weekly Daytime Support Group

30 January at 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

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Every Wednesday during term time.
SLOW North London Weekly group

We run a weekly daytime support group for bereaved parents in Islington, North London on Wednesdays from 11am until 12.30pm during school term time. 

The SLOW support groups are a place to be yourself and take strength from the support of others, before returning to daily life and its challenges. At our meetings you can share stories with others who have experienced a similar kind of loss. For more information about what happens in our groups please click here.

In the words of some of our members

SLOW favicon“SLOW works for me as it’s informal; there are no weekly themes or ‘grief exercises’, we just meet, listen and talk. Even though the pain of my losing my little girl is still there, I no longer feel isolated as I have SLOW.”

SLOW favicon“Being listened to and understood is for bereaved parents a ray of hope amidst a world that has fallen apart.”

SLOW favicon“Since my first visit to SLOW after the sudden death of my daughter I have found the group has given me comfort, inclusion and the knowledge I can share my deepest feelings of shock, pain, isolation, anger and fear with those who have felt and are feeling the same.”

If you are new to SLOW please get in touch with the group organiser (contact details below) for more details about joining.

Details

Date:
30 January
Time:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Website:
https://slowgroup.co.uk/

Organiser

Nicola Whitworth
Phone:
07532 423 674
Email:
info@slowgroup.co.uk

Other

How to join
If you are new to SLOW please get in touch with the group organiser (contact details left) for more details about joining.
There will be no group on:
10th April, 17th April, 29th May

Venue

Islington
London, N7 United Kingdom + Google Map