Posted by katiedarbyvillis


Hosted by Katie Darby-Villis and Katie Robinson


Date:

Jan. 30, 2018

Start time:

6:00 p.m. (GMT)

End time:

8:00 p.m. (GMT)

Address:

Jumping Bean Cafe

5 Neville Street

DH1 4EY

United Kingdom

Suggested donation:

Free

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About this Death Cafe

Please email me if you are intending to come, so we have an idea of numbers.

It’s great to be having a Death Café again after quite a break for Durham. I’m looking forward to hearing your views on death and dying and exploring with you.

  The last one was well attended with a wide range of people who feedback it had been a relaxing, enlightening, calming,comfortable, entertaining, thought provoking and insightfull experience.

James is kindly opening at 6pm so we can have some time to chat before we start if that's what people want. 


About Katie Darby-Villis and Katie Robinson

Katie Darby-Villis:

I feel the need for a safe space where death and dying can be discussed and explored in a personal,  cultural,  philosophical and spiritual way. 

Katie Robinson:

Have been involved with Death Cafe's for over a year now and have found the benefits in both my personal and professional life. I enjoy learning about other people's ideas around death and dying and always come away with something new to explore.

 

- See more at: http://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/2198/#sthash.n6jSfzXV.dpuf


About Katie Darby-Villis and Katie Robinson

About Katie Darby-Villis and Katie Robinson

Katie Darby-Villis:

I felt the need for a safe space where death and dying can be discussed and explored in a personal, cultural, philosophical and spiritual way. I love the way people come together and appear to have an uplifting experience exploring their thoughts around life and death.

Katie Robinson:

I have been involved with Death Cafe's for three years now and have found the benefits in both my personal and professional life. I enjoy learning about other people's ideas around death and dying and always come away with something new to explore.


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