To my lovely Fav Cous Pat and her best friend Christine and all the friends and supporters of St Joseph’s the £577 is a great help to FFFJ who’s work is ongoing and has been for 10 years now we have met some wonderful people and many kind hearts it is these kind of people […]
On Wednesday 29th March we will be holding our Coffee Morning. All are welcome to come along and chat and find out what we have planned for future events. Please call us on 1051 709 2994 for further information
On Tuesday 28th March 10am – 1pm at the Hub we will be holding a get together for the Men. Men like to stay strong and not show there feelings as they see this as a sign of weakness, It is not a sign of weakness. If you would like to come along and just […]
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About #Ourlostloveyears Following the loss of a loved one children are often left devastated, feeling isolated, confused and they might be unable to communicate with their friends and family. This can cause them to bottle up their feelings, which often makes the problem worse. Their loss can often be overshadowed by the loss of other […]
Our Lost Love Years are going out on 18th March to Bidston Hill and Tam O Shanter or if the weather is not good they will be going to Gautby Road Community Centre. We would like to thank our Session Workers and Drivers for all that you do
Come along to our wonderful OLLY #Charity Shop located in Bootle Strand Shopping Centre in #Liverpool. There is always a great bargain to be found in our store! Also we are looking for the following items for our shop. Bric a Brac, dvds and cds If you have any of these items please drop them […]
Our Lost Love Years (OLLY) was created by Joseph, a young boy who lost his mother to murder.
OLLY provides children and young people who have suffered the loss of a loved one through acts of violence and also children from communities across merseyside with support and a range of activities designed at helping them to re-gain the fun in their lives and help them re-establish and make friendships following their traumatic experiences.
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