Suicide leaves a legacy of suicide.

We know that when one person dies by suicide the chance of another known to them taking their own life becomes significantly heightened.

The pain people feel is often complicated when we lose someone we love to suicide; it can be masked with laughter and smiles and a big heart. We hear these things all of the time: ‘we didn’t see this coming… he was the life and soul of the party… they always had time for everyone else’s problems’.

The Tomorrow Project was established to reach out to a community (and now much further afield) after suicide and we are still here. After learning of the tragic loss of another of East Leake’s friends we would like to extend our condolences and offer anyone impacted the opportunity to chat, or reach out to us.

We will be hosting a number of drop in services in the village which will take place tomorrow (Thursday 27/09/18) 10:30am – 12pm in our East Leake office on Station Road (beside St Mary’s Church). Here, you can talk to our staff about any difficulties you are having around being impacted by a death by suicide.

We will be at The Three Horseshoes on this same day, Thursday 27/09/18 at 13:00 where we will be able to talk to anyone about any difficulties you are having around being impacted by a death by suicide.

If anyone wants to make contact with us direct we can set up time to meet up with you. You can contact us on Facebook, via email on bereavement@tomorrowproject.org.uk, or via telephone on 0115 880 0280. We can then arrange to meet with you, potentially in our East Leake office, at a time that’s best for you.

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