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Help Design the Future of Support Services for Cancer
Macmillan Cancer Support is working with Humanly a team of designers, to design the future of support services for people living with cancer.If you are living with cancer and would like to help shape the future of services and support, come along to this creative session.

There will be an opportunity to feedback on new ideas and to your own ideas. The more people we have the better for this workshop on 9th July between 11am-3pm with lunch provided.The Trampery Old Street, 239 Old Street, London EC1V 9EY.

If you have any questions please email hello@designhumanly.com 

July 2018         Details on how to register:  Ideas Session 9th July 2018>

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Who cares for the carer when they're bereaved?

 

June 2018                                                               FULL PRESS RELEASE>

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Geoff's Story
Geoff first came into contact with the Drop in Bereavement Centre in 2013 after losing two immediate family members to lung cancer. His aunt died one month before his brother. The following story is in his own words on his experience with bereavement and the Centre.“Bereavement is not like dealing with a cold"

December 2016                                                       FULL PRESS RELEASE>

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Margaret's Story
How The Drop In Bereavement Centre has helped Margaret cope with her grief after the loss of her soulmate Mike.

 

March 2016                                                              VIEW VIDEO RELEASE>

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Interview with Co-founder
Sandra Co-founder of The Drop In Bereavement Centre discusses her loss and the inspiration to set up a charity to help others cope with grief.



February 2015 FULL PRESS RELEASE>

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Community Hour - NuSound Radio 92 FM
NuSound Radio is a community radio station based in Forest Gate. They broadcast locally on 92FM and stream live on their website  NuSound Radio - The "Community Hour" runs from 12noon - 1pm weekdays and you can listen here to our Co-founder Sandra being interviewed by NuSound's Pete Day about the services of The Drop In Bereavement Centre.


October 2014                                                          BROADCAST AUDIO RELEASE>    
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TransmissionUK (TUK) Sponsor of complementary therapies & counselling 
This is a promotional video about TUK the work they do and the people they are helping in the projects and communities they work in.

August 2014                                                     VIEW VIDEO RELEASE 

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The Drop In Bereavement Centre is a Registered Charity No. 1161526             







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