Posted by RichardH
Hosted by Richard Holmes
Oct. 12, 2022
7:00 p.m. (GMT)
8:45 p.m. (GMT)
To be held at a private location
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
A regular bi-monthly event in Minchinhampton where people can come together in a safe and comfortable environment and share their views and experiences around death.
All views respected. Share as little or as much as you want.
A range of coffees available for only £2 a cup. Home made cake £2 per slice. Gluten free biscuits available free of charge.
About Richard Holmes
Richard is a healthcare assistant at a small community hospice charity in Gloucestershire. He attended his first Death Cafe event in May of this year as part of a "Dying Matters Week" event. He was so inspired that he attended another cafe in Nailsworth in June, and was further inspired to start his own.
Richard believes that death is a vital part of life and should be embraced as such. Death Cafes go a long way to alleviate the taboo that still surrounds the subject of death, especially in the UK. He sees the prospect of starting a Death Cafe in Minchinhampton as a great opportunity to encourage more people to talk about what can be an extremely difficult subject.
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