Grief Café with Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
- Dates and times
- Every month on the last Wednesday from 31st Jan 2023 until 26th Jun 2024
- 18+ years
If you have been bereaved you don’t have to be alone with your loss. If you think you might benefit from talking to other bereaved people who want to support each other, join us at our free, monthly Grief Café in Ibrox Library.
Last Wednesday of the Month from 15:00–16:30.
This is not a counselling session, but a safe space for you to come and chat over a cup of tea, with others who can empathise with you.
The session will be with Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice who can offer further support and information to anyone who needs it.
No booking required please just come along.
Explore the Glasgow Life Libraries reading list on death, dying and bereavement for thoughts and ideas on how to help when someone is dying or grieving.
If you have any questions please email Jacqui Fernie at Jacqui.Fernie@ppwh.org.uk
This accessible toilet is approximately 16m (17yd 1ft) from the main entrance.
Assistance dogs are welcome. We can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog.
There is a portable loop hearing assistance system.
Parking is free for all users. The car park is at the side of the venue.
Photography and video recording
On occasion, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
Ibrox library was designed by Rogerson & Spence and opened in 1981. The building originally had a children’s project room, community room, toilet for people with disabilities and public telephone. All of these areas are still in use to this day with the exception of the telephone. Ibrox was one of the first real learning centres in Glasgow to be created from the existing network of community libraries, officially opening in April 2000.