- Bereavement Support
- Affected Council Services
- Bereavement Support
- Broxtowe Community Appeal
- Community Testing
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Good Business Practice
- Open For Business
- Looking after your wellbeing
- Support For Businesses
- Support within the community
- Support for individuals
- Test and trace support payment
- Re-opening of the Council Offices – appointments only
- Testing for Schools
- Beeston All Stars Art Trail
If you have experienced a bereavement as a result of Coronavirus, we are very sorry for your loss.
Losing a loved one can be a devastating experience and grief affects people in different ways.
Below are links to support if you need help and advice.
- National Helpline: 0845 7909090
- www.samaritans.org (Opens in a new window)
Cruse Bereavement Care
- Helpline: 0844 4779400
- www.cruse.org.uk (Opens in a new window)
- Helpline: 0844 8030 240
- www.counselling-directory.org.uk (Opens in a new window)
Support for children
Support for teenagers
Book of Condolence
We have opened a public Book of Condolence where you can share tribute to those who have passed away as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Bereavements are a very difficult time for families and friends but sadly, in the challenging times we are currently in with the COVID-19 pandemic, we must follow the Government’s measures and limit the number of people attending funerals.
This is for everyone’s safety to help stop the spread of the virus to ensure we all keep as healthy as possible.
If people do not comply with this, it may be necessary to cease having funeral services and that is not something we wish to do at what is a distressing time for families who are grieving.
We also reserve the right to seek Police assistance in cases where our advice is ignored.
We understand it is not an easy decision to limit the number of people attending to say goodbye but we are making a plea to everyone to do the right thing to protect others and our staff and to consider making plans to celebrate and remember loved ones through memorial services and other celebrations when the pandemic is over.
Updates from Bramcote Crematorium are available on the Bramcote Bereavement website (Opens in a new window).