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#FPoW – Bristol Grandparents Support

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Bristol Grandparents Support

Many organisations are set up because of personal experience. Bristol Grandparents support is one of those. Thier founder, Jane, lost contact with her granddaughter, and decided to set up a support group for others who were going through the same heartbreak.

Family breakdown can occur for many reasons, separation or divorce, drug or alcohol dependency, domestic violence in the home, bereavement or family fall out.

Please take a look at thier profile to find out more about the amazing work they do. It really is heartbreaking when you lose contact with grandchildren – and I say that with personal experience, just typing these words brings tears to my eyes for the lost moments and memories – it really does break your heart.

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