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Living With Loss part 1

14–18 November 2022 (Mon–Fri)

Grief following bereavement can feel overwhelming, particularly if your loved one’s passing was sudden, traumatic, or following a difficult illness such as Covid-19. The aim of this supported retreat is to better equip you to cope with your life-changing loss. Through a creative variety of activities, including led sessions, discussions and quiet reflection, we explore the journey of grief, with a focus on finding a way forward. It includes a special time of candle-lighting remembrance. This is a gentle retreat with a Christian perspective, sensitively led by Abi May and team, suitable for those who have lost a husband or wife, a child or other close family members, or who have suffered multiple losses. 

Please note that this week is held at The Beacon, away from the main house, to allow a greater degree of privacy. £225.00 per person full board.

Who's speaking?

Abi May

Abi May is an experienced retreat leader, author and educator, as well as a bereaved mother, who runs supportive events around the UK. Her ‘Living with Loss’ project is a member of the National Bereavement Alliance. Her husband John has been active in Christian service for four decades. You can read her blog 'A Valley Journal' here. 

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