Child Bereavement UK's 21st birthday dinner and concert
Thursday 15th October, 2015
We marked our 21st year of helping families to rebuild their lives after the devastation of child bereavement with a special fundraising event at Banqueting House in London. Our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge was in attendance and spoke about the charity's work. Music was in the air as special guest, Gary Barlow, performed a selection of songs in support of Child Bereavement UK.
21st Anniversary Christmas Concert
Holy Trinity Brompton, London, SW7 1JA by kind permission of The Reverend Nicky Gumbel on Thursday 10th December 2015 6.45pm to 8pm
Together with: The Archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Tom Jones, Jools Holland, Mary Berry, Bear Grylls, Natasha Marsh, Sir Tom Stoppard, Tom Sturridge, Taplow Youth Choir.
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6th Annual Neonatal Palliative & End of Life Care Conference - Supporting the quality of life and the quality of death for the whole family
Monday 8th February 2016
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
This day will focus on holistic care for the baby and the family from the moment of recognition, (which may be an antenatal diagnosis) the continuum of care throughout their life, and care for the family after the death of their baby.
Fee: £90 (if booked by 30th Nov)
£125 from 1st December
Includes comprehensive materials, refreshments and lunch
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The Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry was at a special event in Carlisle on Saturday to help raise funds and awareness for Child Bereavement UK. Mary, who is a Child Bereavement UK Patron, signed books and answered questions from fans before enjoying High Tea at The Halston Hotel. More than 250 guests attended the event.
Mary said: "My role as patron is to bring awareness of Child Bereavement UK so that people, when there is a death in the family or a tragedy in the family know exactly where they'll get comfort and support."
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News & Events
- Read speech made Royal Patron HRH The Duke of Cambridge at our 21st Birthday Dinner and Concert here
- 21st Anniversary Christmas Concert by kind permission of The Reverend Nicky Gumbel - Together with: The Archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Tom Jones, Jools Holland, Mary Berry, Bear Grylls and more! Click here for more information.
- What does the future of research in sudden infant death look like? Which areas of research are the most important and should be prioritised? The GAPS project want to find out. To have your sayclick here