Bereavement Support

After the funeral service, we recognise that grieving and the feeling of loss do not just end for the loved ones and family members who remain and we offer ongoing support during this difficult time.

During over 160 years of serving our local communities we have built up a wide range of links and contacts with many of the specialised bereavement support services and organisations that exist in the area.

The loss of someone important to our lives can leave a mixture of emotions from confusion to loneliness and anger, however grief is the natural human reaction to an important loss and empathetic and specialised support from the groups available can provide people with the additional strength they need to begin resuming their day-to-day life.

We can place you in direct contact with people who understand and can support you, or we can make contact on your behalf so they may get in touch with you.  As well as putting you in touch with bereavement groups, P.G. Oxley also support a number of local churches with their Light a Candle Services of Thanksgiving and can gladly provide you with details of your nearest church holding one of these events if you wish to know more.

However much support you may need and however the initial contact is facilitated, please be assured we will remain available to assist you for as long as you require.

Local Bereavement Support Contacts

 

St. Helena Hospice

01255 258240 patient@sthelenahospice.org.uk

 

CVST Bereavement Café
(Walton, Clacton & Jaywick)

 

01255 425692  

Bereavement Advice Centre

 

0800 634 9494

 

www.bereavementadvice.org

 

Cruse Bereavement Care

 

0844 477 9400

 

www.cruse.org.uk

 

The Compassionate Friends
Gives support to parents whose 
son or daughter has died.
0845 123 2304 www.tcf.org.uk

 

Road Peace
The UK’s national support charity for 
those bereaved in a road crash.

 


 

0845 450 0355

 

 

www.roadpeace.org