Hosted by Lee Jaschok


Date:

Feb. 22, 2017

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (GMT)

End time:

9:00 p.m. (GMT)

Address:

Level Best Art Cafe

D'arcy House

3 Culver Street East

Colchester

Essex

C01 1LD

United Kingdom

Suggested donation:

Attendance is free, but we do ask that you book a ticket if possible, so we can manage the numbers.

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About this Death Cafe

A Death Cafe is an event where people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Join us for a FREE cup of tea, slice of cake and a chat about life, death, and what really matters to you in an intimate and confidential setting. 

The Death Cafe movement is spreading across the globe and aims to encourage people to talk about death and to make the most of their lives.  The Death Cafe is not a bereavement / grief support resource.

The Colchester Death Cafe is being held at The Level Best Art Cafe, (near Prezzo) Colchester.  The Cafe not only is a lovely place with great food and team it aims to provide quality work and life skills training for people with learning disabilities.    

Attendance is free, but we do ask that you book a ticket if possible, so we can manage the numbers. For more tickets or more information contact lee@freedomfunerals.co.uk or call 01206 862963.

 

Sponsored by Freedom Funerals


About Lee Jaschok

Lee heads up Freedom Funerals in Colchester which he founded on a deep-routed desire to help people during difficult times; aiming to deliver support, choice and value.

“We believe in the freedom to choose and that choice is as important in death as it is in life.  Death has traditionally been a taboo subject but we are known for our non-traditional approach and firmly believe that talking about death is a positive thing; not only helping us to cope with loss of a loved one, but it also encourages us to consider how to make the most of our lives.

 

Sharing stories and listening to others can inspire you to makes changes that bring a renewed zest for life, which can often diminish after a bereavement. I’d encourage anyone to come along for an evening of tea, cake and inspiring conversation that could change your outlook on life and death”.


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