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Wild Zucchini Supports Dying Matters Week with Child Bereavement UK

[C]OCKERMOUTH BISTRO ‘WILD ZUCCHINI’ is opening its doors to help support bereaved families and children on Tues 15th May in conjunction with Child Bereavement UK in Cumbria and the national Dying Matters initiative. The ‘LET’S TALK ABOUT DEATH BABY. LETS TALK ABOUT YOU AND ME’ event will feature guest speakers throughout the day and offer anybody attending free cake for each hot drink purchased as well as bereavement support.

Guest speakers include a celebrant and solicitor as well as representatives from Child Bereavement UK and Team Evie and it is FREE to attend.

Child Bereavement UK supports families when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying or when a child is facing bereavement.

The charity also trains professionals such as teachers and nurses, helping them to better understand and meet the needs of grieving families.

Carol Green, Bereavement Service Team Lead in Cumbria for Child Bereavement UK, said: “This is a great opportunity for people who feel they may need support to come and find out more about the charities involved and get the support they need. We are really grateful to Manon and the team at Wild Zucchini for their support with this event, we hope lots of people come along and attend.”

Time:  10am – 3pm.

Entry:   FREE ENTRY and FREE CAKE with every hot drink purchased.

For more information call Carol Green on 01539 628311 or visit

For more information about the charity’s support, training, volunteering or fundraising visit or call 01494 568 912

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