What support is there for bereavement?


Prior to the outbreak of Covid-19, small support groups (run by Faith@CampusLife and a Wellbeing counsellor) were being held at various points throughout the academic year to support students experiencing bereavement. Please visit the Bereavement Support webpage for up-to-date information on current availability.

We also suggest contacting Cruse Bereavement Care should you feel their services may benefit you.

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