Galway Hospice Walk & Talk

Galway Hospice has launched a Walk & Talk group for those who have experienced a bereavement through the Hospice service.

The group meets every second Wednesday at 10.30am at Cappagh Road carpark, next to Knocknacarra Community Centre.

The fortnightly walks are run by the Galway Hospice Bereavement Service and their friendly volunteers. The walks provide a great opportunity to enjoy walking in the natural setting of Barna Woods. There are refreshments and a chat at the end of each walk.

Walk & Talk is a group for people who have experienced a bereavement through the Galway Hospice service, this includes relatives and carers who want to know more about bereavement, and how they can help. It provides an opportunity to meet other people and walk in the fresh air – it’s free, fun and friendly.

For more information, contact the Bereavement Services Co-ordinator at 091-770868, Monday to Friday.


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