Want to join our London meet up group?

If you’re aged 18-35 and you have bereaved at any stage of life, we would love you to join us at our one-of-a-kind meet up groups in London. If you have any questions before the meet up, do email the hosts using london@letstalkaboutloss.org.

Upcoming dates

Sunday 31st January, 4-5pm @ Zoom

This is such a weird time but our London group are still meeting virtually and we’d love you to join us at our next meet up on the 31st Jan. Our Hosts Jessi, Jo and Liam can’t wait to welcome you! You can join the Facebook group here and all the details including Zoom links will be posted there. Please join us if you can to chat, laugh and see some friendly faces during this difficult time. If you have any questions, or don’t have access to Facebook, please get in contact via email!


Our Hosts in London are the wonderful Jessi, Jo and Liam – they can’t wait to meet you!


Jo is originally from Somerset and an all round general creative human. When she’s not working as a theatre designer she can be found baking cakes, taking photos of fun architecture or knitting some socks! She can’t wait to meet all you Londoners at the meet ups.


Liam is 27 years old and works as a property manager. When not as his desk he can be found in the gym, on the tennis court or on a mountain somewhere! Liam loves to test himself in the great outdoors and regularly takes part in challenges in aid of mental health awareness, especially to remove the stigma of talking about mental health issues in men.


Jessi is a performer and academic. She is also a wheelchair user (although her wheelchair coincidentally isn’t in her photo!). Those three things mean she is passionate about community support, as well as making conversations accessible and welcoming; which is what she hopes to do as a Host alongside Liam and Jo.


If you would like more information, email london@letstalkaboutloss.org – our London hosts would love to chat to you!

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