Autumn Online Death Cafe

Hosted by Sue Judge and Sue Brayne


Oct. 18, 2023

Start time:

6:30 p.m. (GMT)

End time:

8:30 p.m. (GMT)

An Online Death Cafe

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About this Death Cafe

This event is sponsored by The Wisdom Space - a non-profit community interest company based in Wiltshire, England. We hold conversations that make sense of what really matters. Making sense of our own mortality is perhaps the most important conversation to have but many of us do not have a community or space where we feel able to talk openly about death and dying.


At The Wisdom Space, we run events around death, dying, loss and grief in person but wanted to open up these conversations to people further afield and to those who feel more comfortable chatting in an online space from the comfort of their own homes.  These death cafes take place seasonally regardless of how many people sign up to make sure there is always a safe space to talk about death and dying.




About Sue Judge and Sue Brayne

The Death Cafe is being organised by Michelle Hawkins-Collins through The Wisdom Space (a non-profit community interest company based in Wiltshire, England). Michelle is a Gerontologist specialising in supporting people to age well and wisely with a focus on navigating through life transitions. 

Your facilitators are:

  1. Sue Brayne. Sue has facilitated over a hundred Death Cafes and is also the host of Embracing Your Morality podcast. She has an MA in the Rhetoric and Rituals of death  and is the author of several books on death and dying including "Living Fully, Dying Consciously: the path to spirtual wellbeing. 
  2. Sue Judge. Sue is a Nutritional Therapist, Eco Therapist, Natural Wellness Coach and Liing Well Facilitator for one of the UK's leading cancer charities Penny Brohn. 


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