The Good Grief event is for anyone who has ever experienced loss or for those who would simply like to understand more about grief. Between 11am and 5pm on Wednesday 22nd May, visitors can drop in anytime or attend our workshop between 2pm and 4.30pm.  

Open to everyone, the day is being held as part of Brighton Fringe to mark Dying Matters Week.  It is intended to bring the difficult subject of bereavement out into the community to encourage people to feel more comfortable with talking about it. 

Visitors will be able to meet with people from local support groups as well as counsellors and volunteers from the hospice's own bereavement service. 

Visitors will be able to:
  • Leave a message of remembrance
  • Learn how to make memory boxes
  • Understand the importance of rituals in grief
  • Learn how to make your own forget-me-not pot
  • Talk to local support groups


The Nature of Grief 2pm - 4.30pm 

Growing from the bereavement support work we offer as part of our allotment project, this workshop will use the
medium of nature to explore grief. Led by one of our expert counsellors, the event is for anyone who has experienced bereavement or would like to learn more about grief.

Tickets for the workshop have now sold out, but click the link below to join our waiting list. 

Click here to book for our free workshop

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