Bereaved teenagers have been invited to a support project in Halifax this week.
The first Space Between programme is taking place at Dean Clough, helping young people dealing with grief and loss..
It has been organised by Total Insight Theatre, Invictus Wellbeing and TimeOut Calderdale.
The teenagers will be invited to use the arts to process and explore their own experiences of loss as well as work with a filmmaker to create a short film series as peer support for other young people, exploring the things they wish they had known when they first lost someone
The project is funded by The #iwill Fund and is made possible thanks to £50 million joint investment from The National Lottery Community Fund and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Co-op Foundation is acting as a match funder and awarding grants on behalf of the #iwill Fund.
Total Insight Theatre’s Ella Schwarz said: "It's a fantastic social action opportunity that gives young people with experience of bereavement the skills to provide peer support and help young people with similar experiences."
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