I would like to make a film of the show to offer the opportunity for more people to see it and also so that it can be used as a resource for educational purposes. The film will be accompanied by a workshop programme and I'm really hoping that it will help people who have suffered bereavement and specifically those who have been affected by suicide or suffered the death of a child. I'm also hoping that it will be a helpful resource for health professionals and volunteers working in the field of suicide prevention, intervention and awareness.
This is a project that is very special to me and based on the reaction from people who saw the show, other people found it special too.
'This is a story of Bev’s journey following the death of her son ,Jess Through the powerful emotions of anger and shock .... grief and sadness...... optimism and hope.....all held together with a huge dose of humour and love. A many layered show that looks for the magic of life and what living means. It should not be missed '
Chris Boyes (Bereavement Support Volunteer)
I would be delighted to receive any donation that you are able to offer. It would mean so much to me . I hope to create something positive and make a difference in remembrance of my beautiful son Jess Benjamin Fairweather 30/10/1997- 11/10/2018
All donors will be invited to see the first online viewing of the film. It would be lovely to see you there :)
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