NEWS & VIEWS
Watch this space for all of our news and up and coming projects- we're mega excited about what is ahead and can't wait to share it with you all.
We work hard to get our efforts noticed by the media and are so proud when this goal comes to fruition. A well informed community is an empowered one as well, so take a look at some of the latest coverage we’ve received below and help spread the word about all the amazing developments at The Loss Project CIC.
NEXT LOSS THEMED SPOON ROOM DATES
In collaboration with Camerados, The Loss Project presents a loss-themed Spoon Room. A Spoon Room is an online space for people to come together and share what's on their mind. It offers a place to be together, permission to be rubbish, with no fixing, where we can look out for each other and get through tough times. We're all experiencing different losses in the current climate - from loss of health, relationships breakdowns, loss of jobs to the death of someone we love. Come and connect, listen, share or just be alongside others. Everyone is welcome.
WHAT DOES WALTHAM FOREST WANT THE WORLD TO KNOW ABOUT LOSS?
2nd February 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has heightened all our experiences of loss; from loss of loved ones who have died because of Covid or during a time where we've been unable to spend time with each other in our final days and hours, or job losses, loss of connection, identity, confidence. There are so many layers of loss we're all experiencing on a daily basis. But there is also hope. There are people, rituals, actions, words that are helping us through.
Your words and images will be used to inspire a new piece of street art commissioned by The Loss Project, created by Wood Street Walls, sharing our experiences of loss and hope in Walthamstow.
You can also get involved by joining in with our free live workshops. Safe, informal, and welcoming spaces to explore and process loss, connect with others and contribute to the Wood Street Walls mural.
CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS
July 9, 2019
This is a free creative writing workshop for people who have experienced grief and bereavement.
This is one of three workshops facilitated by Joe Duggan running between July and September. This event is part of a series of creative events from The Loss Project's Covid-19 Response.