Glastonbury Festival news: It was a snowy day on Worthy Farm.

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It was a snowy day on Worthy Farm.



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Childhood bereavement charity Winston's Wish - giving hope to grieving children has just announced Emily Eavis as a new patron.

Winston’s Wish was set up in 1992 to provide support to children and young people who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. It was the first childhood bereavement charity to be established in the UK, and today continues to lead the way in childhood bereavement support services.

Said Emily: “I'm honoured to have been invited to become a patron of Winston’s Wish. I have huge respect and gratitude for the work that Winston’s Wish does to support children and young people who have lost a parent or sibling, which I experienced first-hand after losing my mum.”

Young people who are experiencing bereavement can access support via the charity’s dedicated young person’s website help2makesense.org/ where they can also access its online chat service.

Parents and professionals supporting a bereaved child or young person can call the Freephone National Helpline on 08088 020 021 for on-going support and advice. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm. www.winstonswish.org
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Childhood bereavement charity Winstons Wish - giving hope to grieving children has just announced Emily Eavis as a new patron.

Winston’s Wish was set up in 1992 to provide support to children and young people who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. It was the first childhood bereavement charity to be established in the UK, and today continues to lead the way in childhood bereavement support services.

Said Emily: “Im honoured to have been invited to become a patron of Winston’s Wish. I have huge respect and gratitude for the work that Winston’s Wish does to support children and young people who have lost a parent or sibling, which I experienced first-hand after losing my mum.”

Young people who are experiencing bereavement can access support via the charity’s dedicated young person’s website help2makesense.org/ where they can also access its online chat service.

Parents and professionals supporting a bereaved child or young person can call the Freephone National Helpline on 08088 020 021 for on-going support and advice. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.  www.winstonswish.org

 

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Fabulous news - a wonderful Charity!

Vicki Wakeman

Henry Crinkle

I've messaged them on a couple of occasions hoping for help for my children (they couldn't) Wish they supported in Wales. Such a worthy charity.

A charity close to my 💚

A very very worthwhile charity

Maya Blackwell

Love this x

Holly PattersonLily Robson ITS FIGARO THE PUPPET

Yeh! Dominic Smith !!

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