Banbury welcomes new volunteer-led support cafe for bereaved

A new pop-up cafe to support people experiencing bereavement has opened in Banbury.A new pop-up cafe to support people experiencing bereavement has opened in Banbury.
A new pop-up cafe to support people experiencing bereavement has opened in Banbury.
Volunteers in Banbury have launched the ‘Good Grief Pop-Up Cafe’ to offer bereavement support.

The cafe will be run by volunteers from The Good Grief Trust, which is a national support group run by bereaved volunteers, for people who have been bereaved themselves.

Nationally, the pop-up cafes were launched in 2019 to offer a friendly, informal place in the community for people experiencing bereavement to pop along and find others who may have been through a similar experience.

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The aim of the cafe is to help people who feel isolated and alone in their grief make vital new connections and find good friendships in their local area over a friendly chat and a cup of tea.

The group in Banbury meets on the first Saturday of every month in the Dupuis Centre on Dashwood Road, Banbury, between 10am -12 noon, starting March 4.

For more information about the Good Grief Trust please visit www.thegoodgrieftrust.org or phone 01295 262073.

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