We are so excited to have launched a meet up group in Bristol – the city of balloons, the bearpit and brightly coloured houses!
Woeful Wednesdays – a Zoom call every Wednesday at 7.30pm
In an attempt to battle mid-week misery and evening time loneliness during these weird times, Ruby and Kyla are running a Zoom call every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm, called Woeful Wednesdays.
Each week they will set a task and hopefully it will kick start some lovely conversation: creative activities or challenges to help us have something to think of and to share things without all conversations leading to Covid 19!
Join the Zoom Meeting at 7.30pm every Wednesday evening:
Meeting ID: 886 313 8005
Special one-off in person meet up! 22nd July 2020
“Woeful Wednesday” July 22nd will be held in person in Stapleton! The location will be sent when you register attendance. Unfortunately, due to government guidelines will have to limit our numbers to 12 for this meet up. We will be able to host two separate groups of 6. We would also like to prioritise attendance to those who live alone, as we feel an in person meet up will benefit them the most.
If you don’t live alone please do get in touch if you’re interested and we can add to the wait list. Apologies that there are some restrictions on this meet up but as a charity we do have a responsibility to adhere to social distancing rules at all times of course. Please email us to register your attendance: email@example.com
Join our Facebook group
If you’re aged 18-35, have been bereaved, and live in Bristol, 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.
Our Bristol Hosts are Kyla, Ruby and Danni. Bios and photos are coming soon. They can’t wait to meet you at a meet up soon. You can email them via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kyla is 30 years old and from Bristol. She works full time for Network Rail based in Swindon and when she is not working she spends most of her time with her husband and three year old son. She enjoys cake, a good cup of tea, binging on TV series and live music! Since losing her sister, Kyla has started blogging and has an Instagram account dedicated to her grief. She is also open to about talking about mental health issues since her bereavement, to help break social stigma and create more awareness about the real highs and lows of grief.
The Bristol group
The Let’s Talk About Loss group in Bristol is already a big group full of amazing young people who have been bereaved. Anyone is welcome to join us at the next meet up, and we can’t wait to get to know you better and support you on your journey of grief. Here’s a few photos of what we’ve been getting up to so far…
We can’t wait to see you. at one of our next meet ups. Any questions email email@example.com.