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Bereavement Cafe opening 21 February

Every 3rd Monday of the Month 2.30pm-4.00pm

Our Bereavement Café is hosted by volunteers and offer an informal place in order to make connections and find an understanding ear.

Bereavement is not a medical condition or a health issue, but left unsupported can become one. Bereavement can bring massive life changes and it helps us to talk over issues with those who have experienced something of that first-hand.

Meeting with others gives perspective and helps us take steps as we adapt to our new situation, face challenges and find greater peace. It also serves to combat loneliness and isolation: being on our own day after day is not helpful.

Our café is for adults of any age. As well as listening we aim to provide helpful materials and signpost to professional counselling and support services. We also point to local social and activity groups that may help well-being in a more general way.

Our volunteers are not trained counsellors or medical practitioners but people with a listening ear and time for others. Supported by the local church the café is for those of any faith or none; it’s our chance to serve those in need in Liss and nearby villages.


Who Let the Dads Out? meets at St Mary’s Church on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9-11am

Who Let The Dads Out? is a free group for young children age 0-5 (School year R) and their Dads (or other male carer)

We offer bacon rolls, coffee/tea, snacks and drinks for the children, newspapers, craft and play – a safe and comfortable space for dads and little ones to spend fun time togeter.

All for free although we do accept small donations.


Weekly on Thursdays in Term-Time
9.30am in the Church

This friendly Baby & Toddler group meets in Church every Thursday in term-time.  There are three areas set aside for the children: one for large play equipment, another for quieter activities and the last area for the babies.  It is a place to play, to make new friends, to chat and eat cake!  Just £1 per family!