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HILL bereavement support group

Our bereavement support group is part of the HILL bereavement programme (Help in Loss of Loved Ones), initially formed in memory of Andrew Hill from King’s Lynn, with funds raised by his family and friends.

The bereavement support group supports you through the grieving process, by offering an opportunity to share experiences with others going through a similar situation.

With groups in Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn, and a new group coming soon at our Norwich City Support Centre, you can take part in a group near to you.

If you would like to find out more about the group, please fill out the form below, call 0800 0927640 or email support@big-c.co.uk.
Great Yarmouth

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King’s Lynn

3rd Friday of the month

10am – 12noon


Coming soon…

Who is the group for?

The bereavement support group helps anyone through the loss of a loved one. As the group is part of the HILL Bereavement Programme, it means that our support team can work with you and ensure you receive the right support, whether that’s attending the group, or having 1:1 sessions or counselling.

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What happens in the group?

The Big C facilitator, experienced in grief and loss, will help you understand the grieving process, offering a natural environment to express your loss. The group looks at areas such as planning ahead, loneliness, anniversaries, birthdays, resilience building and mindfulness.

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If you would like to come along to a bereavement support group session, get in touch below to find out more.

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