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The Bereavement Help Point is a friendly, local drop-in service that aims to provide bereaved people with a place where they can access information and support and where they can talk to like - minded people and share their emotions.  

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No one should ever have to grieve alone.

Sharing grief doesn't make it go away, but it can help you to find a way to live along side your grief and keep the good memories of the person you have lost alive.

 

 

Ketton Sport & Community Centre

Pit Lane, Ketton, Stamford, PE93SZ

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Don Paddy

Uppingham

 

8 Market Place

LE15 9QH

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The Falcon, Uppingham

 

7 High St E, Uppingham,  LE15 9PY

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Ketton Library

67 High St, Ketton, Stamford PE9 3TE

 

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For more information about the Bereavement Help Point, please contact Tina Parkinson, Volunteer Engagement Lead at Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall Hospice, 01733 225900, email. tinaparkinson@sueryder.org.

The Bereavement Help Point is a safe place to access bereavement support, for any type of loss, for people over 18 years of age.  It is not a counselling service.  We can provide other contacts to help you further. 'The Bereavement Help Point' is a collaborative project between LOROS, Thorpe Hall- Sue Ryder, Dove Cottage and Dying Matters In Rutland.

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