To support practically and emotionally the family and other witnesses attending the Coroner’s Courts.
Registered Charity Number: 1105899 +44 (0)300 111 2141 info@ccsupport.org.uk

Marguerite – Carlisle Volunteer

I became a volunteer as I wanted to make a difference and support people. It is a very difficult time for families and friends, we do make a difference. There was a mother who’s son had taken his own life, I made her a cup of tea. She came up to me at the end of...
Rosie – Leicester Volunteer

Rosie – Leicester Volunteer

I would describe myself as a ‘people person’ and after retirement was looking for some volunteer work. There are so many volunteers needed out there but I decided to take time to find the right role for me. I was on the verge of contacting the National Trust when I...
Tom Fredrickson – Manchester Volunteer

Tom Fredrickson – Manchester Volunteer

What does one do when having served as a volunteer in the community comes to an end? The answer is simple; you look for a continuation of rewarding work. And what can be more rewarding than providing support and empathy to relatives and friends of a deceased loved...

Sylvia Wearden – Blackpool Volunteer

I first heard/read about volunteering for CCSS – in my local Council’s free newspaper about 3 years ago. This planted a seed in my mind that it may be something I could do. My professional background is that I worked for the Council for over 30 years...

Liz Steadman – Truro Volunteer

Several years ago I attended the London Inquest of a friend who had took her own life while in hospital, suffering from terminal cancer. I went as support for her husband. Neither of us had ever been to an Inquest before and we both found it a very harrowing and...