● DO you have a little worrier at home?
Or do you know of a little worrier?
Maybe a young person has recently suffered loss or has a poorly relative?
Maybe they’re struggling at school or unsure about where they fit in the world? This Saturday we will be hosting two workshops for little people with worries. A chance to explore their feelings and an opportunity to share their worries with those who love them. It really is a beautiful session and is hosted, written and created by ● one of our accredited counsellors Amy Smythe aka ‘The worry wizard’.
Please call us for more details on: 01457 680023.
This week we will have visited another two fabulous children’s hospices within a specific radius of our retreat.
It is important that we share our services and vision for the future, as well as understand any gaps that there may be and also learn from those who have gone before us.
This Sunday at 7pm it is ‘wave of light’, an opportunity to join bereaved parents, families and friends around the globe to commemorate all babies who died too soon. Simply light a candle at 7pm and leave it burning for at least one hour. Thinking of all those with great ‘miss’ in their hearts.
We cannot continue our work without the generous hearts that grace our charity and this week’s thank yous go to: Greenside cattery, Geoff and Julie Haggerty, Gill Peach, Bamford club, David Wood, Central Methodist Church Glossop, Give a car, Bradley’s bakery, Glossop Parish church, Mr and Mrs Holland, pro Laurence singers, Sheldon Arms, Bourne Leisure, T4SL, Greenhalgh bakery and Aleya, Direct donators and Amy our worry wizard.
We would also like to wish our very own office manager Rachael good luck for the Manchester half-marathon on Sunday and all those joining her and supporting our cause – stay safe REUnners.
For anyone looking to run for Reuben at the Manchester 10k next year, diary May 20, it’s going to be a bumper run next year and Daddy Mike has committed to the half marathon, wow!
Who’s up for joining him?
Nicola Graham’s son Reuben died in 2012