Charlies-Angel-Centre Foundation’s support groups are back

We know support for bereaved parents and families is essential. Here at Charlies-Angel-Centre we provide several community support groups which run on a monthly basis, all our groups are run from Charlies-Angel bereavement centre at 6B Ashbrooke Park, Parkside Lane, LS11 5SF.

All dates can be found on our website  plus all our social media.

Men’s Corner
Men’s Corner is for men of any age who have lost a baby of any gestation, a child, a young adult or a adult child.
You may be a daddy, grandfather, brother, uncle or a family friend
First Sunday of the month 12-2pm

Grandparents Social Circle
We feel that it’s important that grandparents have support, trying to offer support and also grieve for your grandchild can be a very distressing time.
First Tuesday of the month 7-8.30pm

Miscarriage Support Group
Miscarriage is never easy. We know that for many women and their partners, it can be a difficult and distressing experience and often quite a lonely one too.
First Wednesday of the month 7-8.30pm

Community Support Group
We want to provide an environment where people feel comfortable and share their feelings openly and without judgement. The group is friendly and informal. You can sit and share a cup of tea/coffee with other families going through their grief, and being around people who understand the emotions you feel, and is open to all bereaved parents, their families and friends.
First Thursday of the month 7-8.30pm

Charlies-Angel-Centre Foundation offers many different kinds of support for bereaved parents & families.

We provide free services for anyone affected by the death of a child of any age (ranging from miscarriage to adult children) and for any reason, including stillbirth, termination, accidental, violent or suicidal death and death following acute or chronic illness. We also help families that are facing a pre-natal diagnosis of fetal anomaly.


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