The Good Grief Project presents A Love That Never Dies at Vue Stroud
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Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris’ A Love That Never Dies will be shown at Vue Cinema, Stroud on March 16
After the tragic death of their son Josh, Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris have worked on a number of projects to honour his life and help others who are in need of support after the death of a loved one.
Since his death in 2011, Jimmy and Jane set up the Beyond Goodbye website to celebrate Josh’s life and honour his memory.
The Good Grief Project, now a registered charity, emerged from this; with the goal to raise awareness about the needs of the bereaved and promote an understanding of what it means to grieve in a culture that has difficulty speaking openly about death, dying and bereavement.
Awarded runner-up Bereavement Project of the Year 2017 at The House of Lords in February, their mission is to support families grieving after the untimely death of a loved one, particularly the death of a child.
As film makers, Jimmy and Jane have created a series of films which provide a moving insight into the issues of death, dying and bereavement and will be screening their A Love That Never Dies at Vue Stroud on Thursday March 16 in partnership with Stroud Film Festival.
The independently made feature documentary tells the story of their road trip across USA.
After previously selling out, the film will now be shown in Screen 1 with more tickets available, followed by a Q&A with Jimmy and Jane and hosted by Gloucestershire’s Alice Joly.
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