Posted by DorothyHouseHospice
Hosted by Eliz Dowling and Norma Fergusson
Jan. 24, 2018
2:30 p.m. (Greenwich)
4:30 p.m. (Greenwich)
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Frome Medical Practice
About this Death Cafe
Because living well and dying well are interlinked but we don't often get a chance to talk about the dying part - and sharing ideas and questions over free tea and cake is a good place to start.
Frome Death Cafe is sponsored by Health Connections Mendip and Dorothy House Hospice Care.
About Eliz Dowling and Norma Fergusson
Eliz Dowling -
Taking refuge I committed to entering my Buddhist training 65 yrs ago at the age 16yrs.
During my career I held various positions Including leading a department in a college of further education and running a number of small businesses. Throughout this time I was always involved in numerous voluntary community services including starting a trust & counselling for Aids in the early 80s, I was appointed in 1977 as a international prison visitor which I introduced to Dubia prisons in 1995 a position I still hold.
I am one of three Co. Founders of Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery which we have built in the foot hills of the Himalayas over the last 20yrs,it now offers a safe home, full Dharma education and training for today’s 108 nuns, with the unique opportunity of reaching further personal path towards Togdama.
Since returning to the UK I have been offering Death Cafe’s in Bath and Widcombe and
Involved with Glastonbury and Bristol, over the last three years. Ive also taken training as a End Of Life Dula, attend the conference and lectures at the Centre for Death & Society Bath University.
I volunteered as a Chaplain at Dorothy House.
Norma is an Anglican priest and currently Associate Vicar in the benefice of Shrivenham & Ashbury as well as a volunteer chaplain at the Dorothy House Hospice in Bradford-on-Avon. She has been involved with pastoral care - particularly of the dying and bereaved - for many years.
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