Attending one of our monthly or bi-monthly Information Sessions in either High Wycombe, Amersham or Aylesbury will provide you with a greater understanding of Cruse and the support available. Bereavement volunteers will be on hand and our colleagues will give short talks about Cruse and the aspects of grief.
High Wycombe sessions are held monthly/bimonthly on a Wednesday from 1.00 pm – 2.30 pm at Hughenden Garden Village, (near Morrisons), Hughenden Boulevard, High Wycombe, HP13 5GQ.
Please complete the enquiry form or contact us on 01494 511 117.
The sessions in Amersham are held monthly on a Wednesday evening from 7.00 pm – 8.30 pm at the Amersham Free Church, Woodside Road, Amersham, HP6 6AJ. There is a level entrance and parking is available.
Please complete the enquiry form or contact us on 01494 766 455
Our Aylesbury Information sessions are held on a Saturday morning and Wednesday evening on a regular basis at Walton Court Community Centre, Hannon Road, Aylesbury, HP21 8TJ. Please complete the enquiry form or contact us on 01296 425 757.
At the Information Sessions you will be given the opportunity to sign up for one to one bereavement support with a caring and understanding person to talk with, in complete confidence, in your own home or in a counselling room.
There is also the opportunity of signing up to attend bereavement support within a closed group for a fixed number of six sessions. These are held regularly throughout the area. Further details will be given at the Information session.
All our bereavement volunteers have been chosen with great care and are specially trained. All members of Cruse Buckinghamshire work on a voluntary basis. Services are free to clients though donations to our overheads are welcome. Click here to find out how to send us a donation.
Things people say about us
“My bereavement volunteer was warm, sympathetic and objective and his manner open, frank and informed. He helped me to find steps to a way forward – previously this was not possible – many thanks.”
“So much time and effort has been put into helping me. Many thanks, please keep going.”
“I was really impressed with the speed at which I was able to see a bereavement volunteer.”