Find out more by contacting us at:
West Berkshire Cruse Bereavement Care
4-8 The Broadway
Map of the area covered by West Berkshire Cruse
We cover the following postcodes: RG7. RG8. RG14. RG17. RG18. RG19. RG20. RG31.
To find a branch outside of this area click here
For admin purposes only:
07775 871870 answer phone
The 2017 ABC has now completed and we welcome our new volunteers to the branch.
West Berks Branch approaches 30 and has a special guest to help them celebrate! See the news and events page to find out who...!
Alice's Bears raises £500 for West Berks Cruse.
West Berks Cruse nominated and awarded the Community Group Award.
Following the NVQ training course we were delighted to welcome seven new volunteers to the branch.
Following the succesful year of charity partnership with Sainsbury's Newbury, West Berks branch of Cruse proudly announce that a grand total of £5000 was raised by generous customers and staff. Our appreciation goes out to everyone involved.
For more info on any of the news items click here
The National Charity Cruse began in 1959 and the West Berkshire branch in 1987.
The name Cruse came from the Old Testament story in Kings 17. The Cruse, or flask of oil, was a sign of practical and continuing care for the widow of Zarapath.
Cruse gives support irrespective of race or belief, whatever the cause of death or length of time since bereavement.
Bereavement can affect us emotionally, physically, socially and in many practical areas of life, and can therefore have serious effects on individuals, families and communities.
We are here to help.
Our team of dedicated volunteers give endlessly to provide a service that is strictly confidential and is given without charge. We are always happy to welcome new volunteers, so if you are interested in finding out more about the ways in which you could help then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Some useful information:
hope again - young people living after loss
is a website designed for young people by young people.
Cruse National's new website is a safe place where young people who are facing grief can share their stories with others.
EMAIL AND HELPLINE
If someone you know has died why not send a private message to one of our trained volunteers who will reply to you by email. If you want to talk to someone
direct, call our FREE phone helpline on
0808 808 1677
Monday - Friday, 9:30 - 5:00 p