Want to join our Oxford 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 Oxford.

If you have any questions before the meet up, do email the hosts using oxford@letstalkaboutloss.org.

Upcoming dates

Friday 28 February, 7pm @ Hollywood Bowl > Frankie & Benny’s

It was wonderful to see you at our meet up in January for coffee, cake and chats! Our February meet up is now organised, we are meeting on 28th February for a spot of bowling at Hollywood Bowl in Oxford. Then we’ll head to Frankie and Benny’s for dinner afterwards. We hope to see you all there – please let us know if you plan to come so we can book enough lanes at bowling – just email us viaΒ  oxford@letstalkaboutloss.org.

Join our Facebook group

If you’re aged 18-35, have been bereaved, and live in Oxford, 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.

Hosts

Our Hosts in Oxford are Cora and Charlotte. Email oxford@letstalkaboutloss.org if you want to chat to us before coming to a meet up.

Charlotte is 29 and currently works as a Sales Administrator for a small publishing house based in Oxford. She moved here one year ago so is relatively new to the city and is loving exploring it. Originally from South Wales, Charlotte drinks copious amounts of tea and coffee, loves running, music and can often be found with her head in a good book! Having lost her Mum a couple of years ago, Charlotte believes being open about the grieving process and the impact it can have on you is incredibly important. She is hoping to see you at a meet up soon!

Questions?

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

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