Diary and thoughts from the 2023 Kilimanjaro Challenge
Join us for this special event at the Unveracity of Exeter this Saturday (11th Nov)
…a bit like grief
April 2023 Newsletter
All our thoughts and updates for the holiday season
The year after he died, Joshua’s younger sister, Rosa was studying on a Foundation Art course at Oxford Brookes University and we are reproducing here an essay she wrote as part of her course which explores the themes of photography and death and the way we can use the medium to memorialise our loved one’s. […]
It gets a mention in our new book WHEN WORDS ARE NOT ENOUGH (to be published by Hawthorn Press October 2022) – so we’re reposting this from our previous website BEYOND GOODBYE When they hear the words “radio four” and “play” all in the same breathe, many people seem to recoil with the speed and […]
How is it possible to go on living – not just surviving but thriving – after an unimaginable loss? We have been asked this question so many times – generally by people who have not been bereaved.
We are thrilled to announce that our book ‘When Words Are Not Enough – creative responses to grief’ will be published Hawthorn Press in October 2022! ‘When Words Not Enough’ is our attempt to bridge the divide between the silence that surrounds grief and the lived experience of the bereaved.
It should have happened in 2020, the again it should have happened in 2021. Twice now an intrepid team of Good Grief supporters have had their Kilimanjaro fundraising expedition postponed thanks to the Covid restrictions. But it now looks like – in 2022 – they are GOOD TO GO!!!!