Nine Days to go. We’re in single figures. So very almost there.
Exciting and nervous too. But I’m sure it’ll be fine.
I’ll be hoping to launch the date for our family friendly group on the night of the Barn Dance. I’ve even managed to sort two very special guests to join in too. I’m not sure which bit I’m more excited for.
This group, is another aspect of support we offer. There are many families who have gone on to have children afterwards, and like us have children before, so can’t always get someone to watch them of an evening to come to a group session. Like us there are people who quite frankly can’t trust just anyone to have their precious children either.
So I was intending on starting a group at the beginning of the year but unfortunately I’ve been unwell, so had to postpone my plans. Once a month there will be an opportunity for all parents of loss to come along, let the children play, whilst parents can get support or just sit and listen if they’re not ready to share. It is to be a safe place where parents can feel less alone. Or at least that is what I’d like to achieve. This will be at St Mary’s. Our original home to our evening group.
Just another example of what is in off through the charity, we’re working so hard on to make a perfect evening for lives that matter.
Next in our raffle range we have
Tickets for an Exeter Rugby Match. I know many a Rugby fan who’d love this prize. For only £1 a ticket it could be yours!
Next we have been given a child’s entry ticket to popular local attraction Fleet Air Arm Museum, a chance to see some of the finest air crafts, even see inside a prototype of concorde.
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