14 May 2014 11:00 - 13:00
This death café is an opportunity to discuss thoughts, attitudes and questions about death and dying in a welcoming and open environment with free cakes and drinks provided.
As an affiliate of the global Death Cafe movement that encourages society to talk about death over tea and cake: www.deathcafe.com
It is not a support group, therapy or counselling. There is no agenda, and we are not here to promote any particular view. We are just happy to discuss all aspects of death.
Facilitators: Hazel Rowntree is a trained Soul Midwife and Palliative Care Counsellor. She works with people as they explore their feelings and thoughts around their own mortality. This includes listening to others working through their bereavement, loss and facing the end of life. As a Soul Midwife she supports others in planning as good a death as possible, and sits alongside them on their journey. Chris Dudzinska runs an alternative and ethical funeral business, Last Wishes Funerals www.lastwishesfunerals.co.uk
Friargate Quaker Meeting House in the Library