Block A, Centre House
Thursday 14th June 2012
Partners who have lost a loved one to cancer are being encouraged to share their experiences at a support group.
The Bereavement Partners Support Group is calling on people who have suffered a loss to attend the next meeting in north-west London on June 18.
The session will provide an opportunity for visitors to share their stories and socialise with others who have suffered a loss to cancer.
The evening at the Vale Community Centre in Kilburn will also include a talk from Marie Curie bereavement worker Amanda Rogers.
She will discuss her experiences of working with bereaved people and also talk to visitors about their own losses.
It will start at 6.30pm, and refreshments and snacks will be available.
For more information visit http://www.bereavedpartnerssupportgroup.com/home.
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