Tooting Death Cafe

Hosted by Poppy Mardall, Tonie Greig and Hilary Jennings


Date:

July 8, 2024

Start time:

10:30 a.m. (GMT)

End time:

12:00 p.m. (GMT)

Status:

Forthcoming

Contact the organiser

Address:

Mushkil Aasaan

220-222 Upper Tooting Road

Tooting

London

London

SW17 7EW

United Kingdom

 

Free

About this Death Cafe

Poppy, Tonie and Hilary are glad to welcome you to Mushkil Aasaan for this Death Cafe. This will be an inclusive, informal and friendly opportunity to gather together to eat cake, drink tea and talk about death.

It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session. This opportunity is for adults and not children.

You don't have to book, you can just show up, but if you'd like to register your interest in advance, please do sign up here.

 

We'll see you there!

Mushkil Aasaan is a short walk from Tooting Broadway or Tooting Bec underground stations (Northern line) and close to bus stops for the 155, 355 and 219 bus routes.

Mushkil Aasaan is fully accessible and has a lift facility to the upper floor, which houses the charity’s administrative sector.

Find out more: https://mushkilaasaan.com/charity-property-portfolio/


About Poppy Mardall, Tonie Greig and Hilary Jennings

Poppy Mardall founded funeral directors Poppy's in London in 2012 to bring a fresh approach. Her mission is to raise expectations of the care people receive when someone dies, and to educate people about their options at the end of their lives so they fully understand their rights and choices at this critical time. In addition to her work at Poppy's, Poppy has been a spokesperson on death, dying and funerals in the national media, a trustee for Cruse bereavement care, a hospice volunteer and a Samaritan.

 

Tonie Greig had a career in teaching at secondary level, secondary teacher training and coaching. Upon retirement Tonie retrained as an end of life doula with Living Well Dying Well. She became a bereavement counsellor with St Christopher’s Hospice and now facilitates group bereavement courses.

 

Hilary Jennings works freelance in the cultural sector with a focus on the intersection of sustainability and wellbeing. She was co-founder of Transition Tooting and member of an online huddle exploring Death and the Collective Imagination. A trained coach and community mediator she volunteers with Wandsworth Mediation Service.

 


Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe

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