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Petersfield Death Cafe, Hants. UK

Hosted by Diana Opio and Louise Golledge


Date:

Dec. 2, 2019

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (UTC+0)

End time:

9:00 p.m. (UTC+0)

Address:

The Rosemary Foundation Office

35 Lavant Street

Petersfield

Hants

GU32 3EL

United Kingdom

 

Accepts donations

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About this Death Cafe

People are very often reluctant to talk about death, but we are all
going to die! Talking about it helps us to make it a better
experience either for ourselves or for others, it can allow space to
express fears and experiences and can help put our lives in
perspective,
Whether you see death as a looming tragedy or the next great
adventure, do come and join us when we aim to make the subject
of death more open or a little less intimidating and offer a safe
place to come together to chat whilst sharing over tea and cake.
(This event is more of an informal discussion rather than for
bereavement support)
People are very often reluctant to talk about death, but we are all
going to die! Talking about it helps us to make it a better
experience either for ourselves or for others, it can allow space to
express fears and experiences and can help put our lives in
perspective,
Whether you see death as a looming tragedy or the next great
adventure, do come and join us when we aim to make the subject
of death more open or a little less intimidating and offer a safe
place to come together to chat whilst sharing over tea and cake.
(This event is more of an informal discussion rather than for
bereavement support)
People are very often reluctant to talk about death, but we are all
going to die! Talking about it helps us to make it a better
experience either for ourselves or for others, it can allow space to
express fears and experiences and can help put our lives in
perspective,
Whether you see death as a looming tragedy or the next great
adventure, do come and join us when we aim to make the subject
of death more open or a little less intimidating and offer a safe
place to come together to chat whilst sharing over tea and cake.
(This event is more of an informal discussion rather than for
bereavement support)

People are very often reluctant to talk about death, but we are all going to die!  Talking about it helps us to make it a better experience either for ourselves or for others, it can allow space to express fears and experiences and can help put our lives in perspective,

Whether you see death as a looming tragedy or the next great adventure, do come and join us when we aim to make the subject of death more open or a little less intimidating and offer a safe place to come together to chat whilst sharing over tea and cake.  

(This event is more of an informal discussion rather than for bereavement support).

We thank The Rosemary Foundation for allowing us to use their space.


About Diana Opio and Louise Golledge

Louise and Diana are both palliative care nurses and trained as Soul Midwives with Felicity Warner.

We have cared for many people as they near the end of their life, and realise how important it is to be able to talk about death and dying.


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