SLOW has charity places available for the Royal Parks Half Marathon October 2020.
SLOW is awarded a three-year grant from that National Lotteries Reaching Communities programme.
Our team of ten raised an incredible £13,000 running the Royal Parks Half Marathon in London.
SLOW is looking for facilitators for our bereavement support groups – deadline for applications 2nd August 2019
On 15th June 2019 SLOW held a special sibling workshop with Cloud Workshop at the Ecology Centre, in the heart of a wildlife reserve in Islington.
‘What’s your grief?’ asked fathers to share their Father’s Day grief – their responses will resonate with bereaved dads at SLOW and beyond.
Big thanks to 12-year-old Harry Sroka who ran 13.7 km in just 66 mins, raising £525.75 for SLOW.
Letting go and holding on is simply a dynamic flux, a relationship of loving and grieving.
SLOW’s first ever comedy fundraiser was a roaring sell out success raising over £1400 for the charity.
Mother’s Day can be particularly painful for bereaved mothers. Collective wisdom from bereaved mothers who understand the loss of a child.
SLOW is looking to recruit a new facilitator, please apply by Friday 26th April 2019
Seven helpful tips on how to practice self-kindness from the blog ‘What’s Your Grief?’
Poet and bereaved parent, Rebecca Goss, encapsulates the imperceptible shifts of grief that bereaved parents feel ten years after her daughter’s death.
SLOW is pleased to announce its first comedy night featuring Rob Delaney, John Kearns and host John Robbins.
The lovely Rob Delaney was interviewed by Russell Howard about his grief and his beautiful memories of Henry as he approaches his one-year anniversary.