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Inspiring Baby Loss Support Group

Our Forget Me Not Group provides support to families who have experienced baby loss. We aim to make a lasting impact and help everyone to treasure the memory of their little angels. Everyone is welcome to join us.

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The Forget-Me-Not Support Group was founded in 1992, when one of our founders, Karla, sadly lost her baby Grace- Ellen at 23+5 weeks. The support that Karla had so desperately needed, was unfortunately not there. Karla's Bereavement Midwife, Jenny Burton (who is sadly no longer with us) had decided that she wanted to open a room at Basildon Hospital specifically for the parents who had lost their babies at birth, but the hospital didn't have the funding to do so. With that, Karla, her family and friends raised the money for the Forget me Not suite at Basildon Hospital. Soon afterwards the Forget-Me-Not Group began. 30 years later, we also have a beautiful garden for bereaved parents and their angel babies, weekly meetings for talking and support, and an annual, poignant memorial service, where a dove release is held. The charity continues to work tirelessly every day to support families that have all experienced the same loss.

About us - Charity number 1111344


​Fortnightly Support Meetings

Our support group meetings are held at Manor Mission Church, Laindon, SS15 6PA fortnightly on a Wednesday from 7pm-9pm.  All are welcome for a friendly chat or even to sit in silence and listen to others who have been through the same experience. We serve refreshments and there is plenty of free parking.

Please join us on the following upcoming dates:-

Weds 15th May 2024.

Extra event Sunday 26th May for afternoon tea party, tickets and raffles being sold. Please see events page or contact us for more Information.

Weds 29th May 2024

Weds 12th June 2024

Weds 26th June 2024

Weds 10th July 2024

Weds 24th July 2024


Know that you can always reach out to us, we understand.
Contact Karla on 07958 334012
or Sue on 07359 257172

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