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The Virtual Bereavement Point is now available in Rutland

The Virtual Bereavement Help Point is an online service that provides bereaved people with a safe virtual place where they can access information and support, where they can talk to others and share their emotions with the flexibility of it being locally based and accessible when they feel they need support. For further information about the Bereavement Help Point please ring 01572 722630 or

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