Want to join our Essex 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 meet up group in Essex. If you have any questions before the meet up, you can email the hosts using email@example.com.
February meet up date coming soon!
We cannot wait to meet you at the next Essex meet up in February! We had a lovely time at the first meet up in December and we can’t wait to see you again soon. Stay tuned for the details of the next meet up very soon.
Join our Facebook group
If you’re aged 18-35, have been bereaved, and live in Essex, 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 Hosts in Essex are Nashwa, Rosie and Cydney. We can’t wait to meet you at the next meet up! There is a photo of your lovely Hosts below and their bios are included too. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to chat to us before coming to a meet up.
Rosie is a 27 year old charity fundraiser from Chelmsford. She enjoys doing things that are creative and loves trying new things and meeting new people. Rosie can’t wait to start hosting meet ups and meet new people who can relate to the weird world of grief!
Cydney is 26 and lives in Chigwell, working full time as an HR assistant. She is passionate about helping those with mental health conditions as she too has suffered and loves to support others be it through grief or just life! In her downtime she loves being with friends making memories or going to the gym. Cydney is looking forward to being part of Let’s Talk About Loss and meeting everyone and learning to grow and find happiness after loss!
Nashwa is 19 years old and in her second year studying Law with Human Rights at the University of Essex. Originally, she is from Syria but her family lives in Dubai, and Essex is her home for now! She really values the memories that she has, as well as making new ones so she puts in a lot of effort and love into the different relationships in her life. After losing her dad while being at university, Nashwa feels that it is so important to remove the discomfort around talking about loss and is so excited to be around people that are willing to talk openly about their bereavement with people who will understand.
If you would like more information, email email@example.com – our Essex hosts would love to chat to you!