To be held at Truro Cathedral at 2pm on Sunday 12th September 2021, following World Suicide Prevention Day. The service is a collaboration between the Cathedral, the Suicide Liaison Service, and members of the County’s Multi-Agency Suicide Prevention Group. Everyone is welcome, of all faiths or none. Music will be provided by the Red River… Read more »
Cornwall Bereavement Network is holding a Service of Reflection at Truro Cathedral on Saturday 25th February 2023 from 11.00am to 1.00pm for those affected by bereavement through suicide. Please do come along and meet some of the community organisations able to support you and spend time with others with a shared experience. Mousehole Male Voice… Read more »
The course offers 5 x weekly sessions for bereaved adults with an optional 6th session. The first 5 sessions look at commonly experienced aspects of bereavement via DVDs and discussion. The hope is that the course will enable attendees to take some steps towards processing their grief and begin to envisage a positive, albeit different, future. Apart… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that we now have further details on the event that we will be hosting at Truro Cathedral. CBN Bereavement Day Flyer
Cornwall Bereavement Day to help people access support across Cornwall Cornwall Bereavement Network is to host its first Cornwall Bereavement Day at Truro Cathedral on Saturday 26 March, from 1.30-4pm. The drop-in event aims to provide a central location from which people can access local bereavement services and connect with others who have suffered loss… Read more »
An invitation to the next meeting of the Faith in Mental Health Network meeting on May 5th at 2:00 – 3:30pm. The network welcomes pastoral visitors, clergy, chaplains, mental health practitioners, community volunteers, in fact, anyone who is supporting people who are struggling with mental health issues. The network is a mutually supportive group of… Read more »
An invitation to the next meeting of the Faith in Mental Health Network meeting on July 7th at 2:00 – 3:30pm. The network welcomes pastoral visitors, clergy, chaplains, mental health practitioners, community volunteers, in fact, anyone who is supporting people who are struggling with mental health issues. The network is a mutually supportive group of… Read more »
A series of 6 Forget-You-Not bereavement cafés will be held at St Martin’s Lower Church Hall, Liskeard 1-2.30 pm Tuesdays, Feb 7th,14th,21st,28th and March 6th,13th 2023. Each café consists of a very short talk on an aspect of death-related grief, a pen and paper activity related to the talk and then plenty of time to… Read more »
The Cornwall Bereavement Network will be holding an event on Saturday 26th March 2022 at Truro Cathedral. More details will be published as they are available in the new year.
Supported by a grant from the Cornwall Rural Community Council, in collaboration with Cornwall Mind and the Suicide Liaison Service, Singing for Wellbeing is a community activity for adults (over 18 years) living in Cornwall and bereaved by the traumatic death of a family member, partner, or a close friend. The singing group will be… Read more »
Helpline Campaign 1st – 4th December 2020 This is our first campaign to raise awareness and funds for our national helpline which offers practical and emotional support to callers. CCSS is raising awareness of the importance of support for families and witnesses who are involved in the Inquest process throughout our campaign. Our Helpline is… Read more »
12th & 13th May 2021 @ 2-4pm daily. Two days of guest speakers. Leading organisations in the country will be presenting what support they can offer around planning for End of Life with interactive Q&A’s & CPD certificates for those attending.
Truro Cathedral will be open from 10:00 to 15:00 on World Suicide Prevention Day, Thursday 10th September 2020. Those who have been affected by suicide are invited to drop in for a moment of quiet reflection or to light a candle in memory if someone who had died. It is not possible this year, due… Read more »