Supporting you to explore loss

The Loss Project offers a new framework, and fresh perspective to explore loss in all of its forms. Loss is a universal experience, and manifests differently across the stages of our lives. We place value on exploring loss but also the contrast with hope, love and transformation without dismissing the painful faces of grief and loss. More recently we have focused on grief and bereavement due to the loss of loved ones, but have also supported those experiencing job losses, loss of identity, purpose and connection. Our well being and self care can often be knocked when we are facing significant life challenges, and we promote a creative way to explore these often difficult issues by holding space to explore, acknowledge and even transform. We are confident working with loss in all of its forms and have a wide network of people with lived experience, facilitators, creatives and collaborators who work together with us.

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Facilitated sessions on and off line


Building capacity


Delivering community projects



Holding S P A C E

We have a skilled and talented team, with more than 50 years collective experience of working in the health & social care and end of life space, leading projects to scale, as well as delivering a range of community and volunteer led programmes. We have run organisations, won awards and Claire even has an MBE for her services to palliative care. We love to learn from our participants, and sharing our own knowledge - the good, the bad and the ugly!

We are a collective of experienced, and passionate trainers & group facilitators, with the unique ability to hold the space around "difficult" topics with people from all backgrounds and all levels. We create unique environments where people can learn from us and each other, and leave with something that will inspire and impact participants in their personal or professional lives.

We have a wide range of workshops and training available with experience of working with corporate, third and public sector clients. Get in touch to arrange a no obligation enquiry.


Holding Space

We know that grief, loss and end of life issues can be a tricky area to approach and yet they are universal issues that will affect us all at some point in our lives. From basic to more advanced training, we love to raise awareness, share good practice and support you to have those #cringe conversations that we so often avoid. Our workshops are life affirming, welcoming and create a safe environment for people to connect, share or just be.

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Building Capacity

We want to share our experiences with you, whilst supporting you through your own individual journey. A flavour of what we can offer includes:

  • Carly Attridge: Volunteering and community approaches 360 project support and review, leading community projects to scale, accredited well being coaching, community approaches and volunteering mentoring and coaching.

  • Claire Henry MBE: Quality Improvement, Service Review, End of Life Care Training, Strategic Project Support, Facilitation and coaching.

  • Steph Turner: Experiential Learning, arts-based engagement, community development and creative practice mentoring and coaching.

Please get in touch to find out more about what we can offer you.


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Building Capacity

Our consultancy can be as simple as trouble shooting a project, helping you to explore grief and loss in your own context, or more specific project management opportunities and challenges. Claire, Steph and Carly bring their own unique skill sets to the table particularly across senior leadership skills, organisation change and development, community and creative practice, leading community projects to scale and more.



Unlocking potential

We are now offering accredited well being coaching for individuals and groups. An opportunity for professionals and individuals to find out works for them, and to discover tools and techniques to support them to live the best life possible.

We also offer coaching and mentoring to professionals with an interest in end of life care, community practice, volunteering, and work related to grief and loss.



Delivering work together

We have delivered a range of work offering a creative, innovative and welcoming space to explore different types of loss. Get in touch to find out how to commission us to deliver a community project in your local area. We offer a bespoke service that co-designs a project or event that meets the needs of your local area or participants. Take a look at some examples of our work below:


Connecting communities

Since November 2020 we’ve been working with a group of people from across the UK who have experienced a bereavement and want to start to open up more conversations about loss in their local community.

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Get in touch to find out more about our offer. We'll arrange a no obligation informal chat to discuss your plans further.

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