Support with Bereavement


Bereavement affects people in different ways and there is no right or wrong way to feel. You may feel shocked or numb on learning of a bereavement. You may feel angry or feel some guilt or you may simply cry and feel very sad. All of these responses are a natural reaction to losing someone you care for.

In time these feelings may begin to change as you adapt to a different way of life. When someone dies, your bond with that person does not stop, but will develop into a different but equally significant relationship.

Everyone is different and some people wish to grieve privately whereas others may find it very helpful to get support from friends, family or professionals who have relevant skills and experience. Below are some contact details which you may find useful in supporting you or other friends or family members in the event of a death.

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If you feel that you may benefit from some additional support, your GP may be able to refer you to local support groups or counseling services and if you are employed, your company may offer an “Employee Assistance Program” which may be able to offer you support.

At Full Circle Funerals we also host a monthly online informal bereavement group (by Zoom) so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to find out more about this or to discuss other support options with us.

Anyone who is supported by a Full Circle Funerals Partners funeral director will have access to services provided by SAIF Care. SAIF Care provide a range of services to bereaved people over the age of 18, including telephone support, e-mail support and up to six free sessions of counselling.

Good Grief Trust

Offering support after any bereavement and signposts to local and national resources that you may find helpful.

The Compassionate Friends

Giving support to parents whose son or daughter has died.

WAY Foundation

Support for young windowed men and women across the UK, regardless of martial or parental status.

Macmillan Cancer Support

This service provides cancer information, practical advice, and emotional support for patients, families, and friends who are bereaved by cancer.


The UK’s national charity for road crash victims provides support to those bereaved or injured in a road crash.

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

SOBS offers group meetings, telephone support, and information to those recently bereaved by suicide.

Child Death Helpline

This is a helpline for anyone affected by the death of a child of any age, from pre-birth to adult, under any circumstances, regardless of when it happened.

The Samaritans

A charity offering a supportive person to talk to. There are more than 180 branches open 24 hours a day.

Cruse Bereavement Care

This nationwide service provides bereavement counselling, advice, information, and social contact.

Contact Full Circle Funerals Partners

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