Posted by BlackfriarsSettlement
Hosted by Blackfriars Settlement
May 25, 2023
6:30 p.m. (UK)
8:30 p.m. (UK)
1 Rushworth Street
This Death Cafe has taken place
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About this Death Cafe
This Pop up Death Cafe takes place in Blackfriars Settlement, which has been supporting the local community in Southwark since 1887.
As part of a global movement our Death Cafe is a chance for people in the community to come together, and over a cup of tea and slice of cake, talk freely about death and dying in a safe environment. The session will be informally facilitated and discussion will be in small groups with a chance to move around and meet more people.
Death Café's are not platforms for promotion, and they are not a forum for counselling or bereavement advice. Cafe's are without answers, and don't attempt to provide solutions or conclusions. They are an attempt to overcome our taboos about talking about death in a positive and productive way.
Invariably there is always laughter, sometimes a tear (or two). It's possible there will be discussion about cake too...
It will be different, it's highly likely to be fun. You can come and go as you wish.
About Blackfriars Settlement
Renuka Bhakta works in the Mental Health & Wellbeing service at Blackfriars Settlement. She has over 15 years' experience working in the mental health field, as well as a wealth of wellness experience in a wide variety of other settings. She believes talking and breaking down taboos is an essential part of wellbeing.
Liz Ranger is the Director of Services at Blackfriars Settlement and an enthusiastic supporter of the death cafe concept.
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Please also see: http://www.blackfriars-settlement.org.uk/