Posted by EileenRidley
Hosted by Eileen Ridley and Liz Kirsopp
Nov. 14, 2016
7:00 p.m. (DST)
9:00 p.m. (DST)
33 Grainger Street
Newcastle Upon Tyne
This Death Cafe is free
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
Each table at this Death Cafe will be facillitated to give people the chance to explore aspects of death and dying in a relaxed and safe space.
About Eileen Ridley and Liz Kirsopp
I have recently retired from working in palliative care and am now a self employed gardener! I am a trained doula for the dying and have facillitated several Death Cafes in Newcastle since 2012. The atmosphere at these events, and the feedback received, confirm my belief that a space to discuss death and dying is really valued, and that the conversations are rich and varied. I was a cafe proprietor in a past life, so hosting Death Cafes brings together my love of tea and cakes and my passion for having and sharing discussions about death and dying.
I'm interested in Death Cafes from both a professional point of view as a mental health worker and on a personal level for its impact on creativity and spirituality. Thinking about death in an everyday way like at death cafe adds a richness and a poignancy to life.
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