We’re so excited to have our second meet up group in Scotland, in the wonderful city of Glasgow!
Tuesday 23rd June, 8pm – 9pm @ Zoom
Join us for a catch up this month via Zoom – Ruth, Emily and Callum can’t wait to see you and chat about how lockdown is going and how you’re grief is feeling. The Zoom link will be posted in the Facebook group, or email us if you’re not on Facebook! Any questions drop us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our Facebook group
If you’re aged 18-35, have been bereaved, and live in Glasgow, you can join our Facebook group for people who have been to, or are wanting to come to, a meet up. It’s a safe space only for those who have been bereaved, and you’ll be able to find out all the latest information about the meet ups. Request to join by clicking here.
We can’t wait to see you at one of our next meet ups. Any questions email email@example.com.
Our Hosts in Glasgow are Emily, Ruth and Callum. They can’t wait to meet you at a meet up! You can email them via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily is a writer and performer. She has recently turned 30 and is absolutely fine about that fact. She first came to Glasgow to study and flatly refused to leave once she got her degree. She lives in the southside with her black-and-white cat, Malcolm.
Ruth works in a nursery for Glasgow City Council, so she spends her time singing nursery rhymes and wiping snotty noses. She hates winter for that reason! Ruth is 23 years old and lives in the South side of Glasgow, being the middle of three sisters has caused a serious case of middle child syndrome. After losing her Dad in 2018, she also lost her close cousin in early 2019. She is no stranger to grief and the struggles young bereaved people face in our society. Ruth wants everyone to feel more comfortable talking about grief, so people feel less alone. She is looking forward to meeting new people through Let’s Talk About Loss.
Callum joined the Glasgow meet up group as a member but wanted to get more involved with an aim to provide a male perspective / point of contact for those less open to look for support. He is a 23 year old PhD student at Strathclyde University studying wind energy systems, so is always free for a wee chat to get away from the computer screen. He frequently attends and coordinates STEM outreach events so is used to making challenging things fun and engaging others in activities (loves an icebreaker!).