Friends in Grief – every Tuesday in Malmesbury

13th June 2019, 11:58am | By Penny |

Friends in Grief is a community-based drop-in service where all people who are bereaved are welcome, where you can talk with others who may be experiencing similar thoughts and feelings, in an informal and supportive setting.

Sessions are run by Dorothy House, and take place every Tuesday, 2-4pm at the Riverside Centre, Malmesbury.

Free of charge and no need to book; just come along.

For more information, please call 01225 721479.

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