First Grenfell SOS
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First Grenfell SOS inspires trust and unity

Our first SOS Silence of Suicide meeting ‘A Safe Space to Talk’,  held in conjunction with Justice4Grenfell Campaign Umbrella Group alongside Grenfell Volunteers took place yesterday, Saturday 15 July 2017 at the Harrow Club, London. Michael and I have met a good many people affected by the Grenfell atrocity on our visits to London recently...
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SOS at the University of Exeter

SOS Silence of Suicide are proud to announce an SOS initiative at the University of Exeter on Wednesday 11 October 2017 between 6pm and 8pm. This event will be open not just to University students, lecturers and other staff, but also to the wider public, so if you’re in the area and wish to join...
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Asylums past and present

Following on from a report by the Care Quality Commission,  a recent article on Sky News online suggested that mental health asylums, as they were once known, still actively exist, despite most of us believing they were demolished or re-developed years ago.  Indeed, they may well have been.  But just because the landscape looks different,...
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Breaking News SOS heading back to Grenfell

SOS is heading back to Grenfell for its second ‘A safe space to talk’ in conjunction with Justice4Grenfell Campaign Group and Grenfell Volunteers Information Network. Following our first session, exactly one week ago, we have been asked to return to provide much needed support for all affected by the Grenfell atrocity.  Our second session will...
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SOS Silence of Suicide are working alongside Justice4Grenfell Campaign Umbrella Group and Grenfell Volunteers Information & Network group to deliver an SOS meeting ‘A Safe Space To Talk’ on Saturday 15th July between 3pm and 6pm at The Harrow Club. This meeting is purely for those affected by the Grenfell tragedy and is open to...
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Blue Whale deaths increasing

In March this year, we wrote about ‘Blue Whale‘ , a ‘game of death’ targeting young people, which originated in Russia but was spreading quickly across Europe. Four months on and the losses to parents and siblings from this game continue to mount as reported today in Sky News Blue Whale is most prevalent in...
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Round up of recent events from SOS

Recent News Round up Hello to all our SOS supporters and followers and thank you for your fantastic feedback and words of encouragement in relation to the work SOS continues to do in highlighting the need for open discussion around suicide and mental health. The last week has been, yet again, incredibly busy, but we...
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Grenfell 3 weeks on

For our regular followers, you’ll be aware that Michael and I have visited people affected by Grenfell three times recently, talking, holding, hugging, consoling, but mostly, listening.  You may also be aware we’ve done 2 television interviews and are doing another tomorrow, with Sky News at 4.30pm in the afternoon. The resilience of the community...
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