Manchester and London

With the recent tragic events in both Manchester and London, it is very common for people to be affected even if they were not involved in the incidents. These two acts of terror have not broken us, but made us stand strong together. One Love Manchester was attended by 50,000 people, joining together courageously to show that hate won't win. 

Young people and children can sometimes not understand these types of events, and feel anxious or scared. BBC have some advice to help if you've been upset by the news. You can watch here


Hope Again Day Vlog

The very talented Tom has created this wonderful vlog, documenting his trip to Belfast and working with the Hope Again team. He explains the importance of sharing your story and how you should get involved!

What is Hope Again?

Hope Again is the youth website of Cruse Bereavement Care. It is a safe place, where young people who are facing grief can share their stories with others.

Here you will find information about our services, a listening ear from other young people, and advice for anyone dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Hope again provides somewhere to turn to when someone dies.


New Vlog Pod Page

On our new Vlog Pod page you can watch and listen to other young people sharing their videos and stories.  You can share yours and help other young people who have lost someone they love.

Get involved and join the conversation here


"Being There" - Films about life, grief and hope.
Click HERE to see more in our video gallery.