Merseyside Police Federation and Chief Constable's Annual Charity Dinner – Supporting Oakleaf Children’s and Young Persons Service on Thursday 4th November 2021 at The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Liverpool City Centre.
Rob Stones and Sean Murphy have decided to take on the challenge of not only running the Chester Zoo 10k run but also then running all the way back to Crosby! Very kindly they are running on behalf of Liverpool Bereavement Service and we are so thrilled and grateful to them both.
Explaining to a child what has happened when someone that they love has passed away can be a daunting prospect. Children often struggle to understand the concept of dying and the finality of it all. Here are some ideas for how you can find a way to make it easier for a child to accept what has happened.
Friendship is a two-way street and while it can be tempting to avoid a friend who has recently been bereaved because you don’t know what to say or how to act, your support and friendship can be vital in helping them through a difficult time. Here are a few ways that you can help support them through a tough period of their life.
Liverpool Bereavement Service are delighted to announce the launch of their new website. We felt that our online presence needed a freshen-up and we wanted to showcase the work that we do more effectively.