We help children, young people, parents, and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. Read more
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Creative ways to support a bereaved child to talk about their feelings, manage their grief, and find ways to remember someone special.
After coming to Child Bereavement UK I felt like all the anger had been pushed away
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Caroline’s son and only child Fraser died aged 18 from a brain tumour in 2022. Caroline remembers a special Christmas photo of Fraser and shares how she and her husband Phil marked Christmas after he died. Read more
Sophie Cartwright, Bereavement Services Regional Lead (North) for Child Bereavement UK shares ways to support grieving teenagers. Read more
Stephen Smith writes about his experience before his mum died and of being a young carer when both his parents became ill. Read more
Interactive training - various dates Read more
Child Bereavement UK’s animation ‘The Invisible Suitcase’ was the joint winner in the Mental Health Charity film category at the 2023 Big Syn International Film Festival, London. Read more
Bereaved young people went to Westminster with a petition to record data on the number of bereaved children, asking government not to forget grieving children. Read more
Ann Chalmers, Chief Executive of Child Bereavement UK has been awarded an MBE in the King’s Birthday Honours for services to bereaved children, young people, parents and families across the United Kingdom. Read more