Death Cafe Oxford UK

Hosted by Joelle Mann & Arne Richards


Date:

Oct. 11, 2023

Start time:

5:30 p.m. (UK)

End time:

7:00 p.m. (UK)

Status:

Forthcoming

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Address:

Old Fire Station Cafe

40 George St

Oxford

Oxfordshire

OX1 2AQ

United Kingdom

 

Accepts donations

About this Death Cafe

We all share the knowledge that the one thing we can be certain of is that one day we shall die: in a Death Cafe, supported by experienced facilitators we offer a safe place for people of all ages and beliefs (or none) to come together and share open, relaxed conversations around death and dying over tea and cake.

Far from being awkward or morbid, these discussions are informative, open, friendly and supportive.There can even be humour, as people begin to make connections, ask questions and find relief in talking openly with others who share similar thoughts, fears or experiences. 


About Joelle Mann & Arne Richards

Originally from Geneva, Switzerland JOELLE MANN has lived in Oxford for some 50 years. She trained as a Befriender for People with Life-Threatening Illness with the Natural Death Centre and the Befriending Network, as a Tender Loving Care practitioner and Soul Midwife. She was also a Resonance Repatterning and massage practitioner and trainer  for some 20 years. She was Chair of the Dignity in Dying Local Oxford Group until recently.

ARNE RICHARDS is a independent Green Funeral trained funeral celebrant. He os a;sp a professional musician and psychotherapist. He is the founder and Direcor of the Oxford Concert Party which has, for oer thirty years performed, recorded and ad roadcast at many major music festivals through Great Britain and Europe as well as giving a major commitment to commuity project in high ecurity priosns, Immigration Detention Centres and for those with dementia. His private practice asa therapist has helped numberous people suffering from fers and phoias oer 25 years. As a member of the Royal Society of Musicians, Arne's concerts, ceremonies and presentations seek to create a warm, sympathetic atmosphere in which people are able to express their own emotions and reflections.


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