bereavement support group marks its second year
Cafe is set to mark its second anniversary this weekend.
support group is held on the third Sunday of every month in the
town's St Andrew's Church at 4pm, and this weekend's event on September
17th will mark the second anniversary since it opened.
Sharon Eldergill told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The Bereavement
Cafe came about because we wanted to offer a support group in the
town for those who have been affected by bereavement."
Bereavement Cafe is open to all people of any faiths or none who
have been bereaved, and provides a space for reflection, conversation
can be bewildering and disorientating, and at Bereavement Cafe trained
helpers are on hand to offer support along the way."
the most valuable asset are the guests themselves, who offer hope,
support and friendship to each other just by chatting with people
who have shared the experience of loss and Bereavement."
are welcome to attend as many sessions as they like, and there is
no charge made."
is always tea, coffee and cake at Bereavement Cafe, and this Sunday
we will have a birthday cake, and explore some of the ways of marking
birthdays and anniversaries that people have found helpful to them."