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Hosted by Louisa Parsons and Nicolette Thornton


Date:

Dec. 9, 2021

Start time:

6:00 p.m. (BST)

End time:

7:00 p.m. (BST)

Address:

Exeter Street Hall

16 - 17 Exeter Street

Brighton

BN1 5PG

United Kingdom

 

Free

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About this Death Cafe

In these uncertain times, as we emerge through a global pandemic, we offer you time and space to come together and talk about your thoughts and feelings around death and dying.

Death Cafe's aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their finite lives, with no agenda. Please bring yourselves and we will let the conversations unfold and do bear in mind this is not a grief support or counselling session group.


Louisa and Nicolette are delighted to be able to host this seasonal face to face Death Cafe in an indoor venue this December. This is thanks to the generous support of the vibrant Exeter Street Hall Community Group who have kindly offered to sponsor this event.

The address is:

Exeter Street Hall

16-17 Exeter Street

Brighton

BN1 5PG

Exeter Street is to the East of Dyke Park and connected to Dyke Road via Port Hall Road.

It is within easy walking distance of Seven Dials, BHASVIC and Port Hall Road.

Walking: 25 mins from Brighton town centre

Bicycle: 10-20 mins from Brighton town centre

Buses: No 27 and 77 to BHASVIC and Port Hall Road. No 7 to Seven Dials and No 47 (The Big Lemon Bus Company) to BHASVIC.

Train: Nearest train stations Brighton & Hove with No.7 bus connection to Seven Dials.

Car: Limited car parking in Exeter Street and surrounding area. Charges apply.

There is disabled access and toilet facilities. Refreshments will be provided.

For further information and booking please contact the organiser via email.

louisa.parsons@icloud.com

 

 

 


About Louisa Parsons and Nicolette Thornton

Louisa and Nicolette are passionate individuals who feel it is vital to talk openly about death and dying, each have their unique professional and personal experiences of death.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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