Regrettably, due to the COVID-19 virus, we are unable to run local workshops currently, however we are taking contact details of people who may wish to attend when we are able to restart. Please contact Lucy or Ray 07366 083755 to do this.

The course starts at 7:30 pm finishing at around 9:30 pm, with light refreshments Tea/Coffee being served from 7:15 pm.

From our experience by running the course over 6 consecutive weeks attendees who are either in the process of separating or who have already been through the painful experience of a relationship breakdown find the course most helpful, insightful and beneficial.

The Sutton Coldfield Group of the Divorce Recovery Workshop helps people from Birmingham, North Warwickshire, Staffordshire, and The Black Country along with Walsall, Lichfield, Tamworth, and all surrounding areas.

The workshop in Sutton Coldfield started in January 2005 and since then we have been typically running 2 courses per year over the last 15 years, in which now over 250 people have been helped on their way to recovery.

Everyone helping on the course has been through the process of divorce or separation and has participated in one of our workshops.

We are constantly amazed to see the positive changes in people as they progress through the workshop. This happens as attendees realize that they are no longer alone but in the company of people who truly empathize with their situation without judging.

We see many new friendships formed and people being supported well after the workshop has finished.

We use premises at Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church, Trinity Hill, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TA. There is some free parking at the church and council car parks nearby.

You can find out more information or register for one of our future courses by contacting Lucy or Ray 07366 083755 or by sending an email

A warm welcome awaits, payment by cash, cheque, bank transfer or credit/debit card in person.

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