BAFTA award-winning and Olivier Award-nominated stage, film and television actor, Jason Watkins, has become a Patron of Child Bereavement UK.
A cobbler from Runcorn is putting his heart and ‘sole’ into a five day charity walk for Child Bereavement UK.
“Every mile we said Happy Birthday to Chloe and imagined what she would have been like…”
On Sunday 23rd April, Hughenden residents, Martin and Paula Sweeney will be taking part in the iconic London Marathon in memory of their daughter Chloe, who was stillborn 21 years ago.
Bereaved young people supported by Child Bereavement UK gave Rio Ferdinand some tips on how to talk to his children about the death of their mum.
Jane Downward, from Warrington in Cheshire, came up with a unique way of supporting Child Bereavement UK by donating a tea set which had been passed down from her mother who had, in turn, been passed the same tea set from her mother, Jane’s Grandma.
Angela Robbins-Flowers, mother of five from Hoylake, will be taking time out this Mother’s Day to take part in a new initiative by Child Bereavement UK called #MakeforMum
In search of inspiration this Mother’s Day? Child Bereavement UK is here to help with new weekly activity sessions being set up in the run up to Mother’s Day on Sunday 26th March.
Marjorie Barlow, mum of Take That’s Gary Barlow, is helping to raise awareness of #MakeforMum, a new initiative from Child Bereavement UK in the run up to Mothering Sunday.
This is the 16th year that Student Volunteering Week is taking place and aims to inspire more students to give volunteering a try.
On 6 February 2017, professionals from across the UK attended a conference on neonatal, palliative and end of life care.
TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Child Bereavement UK’s Centre in East London on 11 January 2017.