Posted by sue
Hosted by Sue Friston and Zoe Norman
Oct. 4, 2019
2:00 p.m. (GMT)
4:00 p.m. (GMT)
22 High St,
Upton on Severn
£3 suggested voluntary donation towards £16 cost of room.
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
You would be very welcome to come along to our friendly discussion group.
We've recently been meeting once a month. In 2019 this may change, so watch this space or check out the Malvern Death Cafe facebook page.
It's a small group, less than a dozen meet each time so we usually stay around one table. Generally group discussions arise from the round of introductory sharing.
Each person gets the opportunity to speak if they wish, for a while uninterrupted and without comment until everyone has spoken. e.g. The cause of their current interest in death, or of their reasons for being here and perhaps what they would like to gain from the session.
We also now have a pack of Grave Talk cards which offer a number of conversation starters, though they are rarely needed or used.
Nothing fixed, each week is different - if you could let me know if you're intending to join us that would be appreciated.
Email me for inclusion in the mailing list to be kept informed.
Thanks for dropping by :)
About Sue Friston and Zoe Norman
Zoe Norman has an eclectic career portfolio, currently working with creating memorial jars and assisting clients with the writing of eulogies. Being a talented harpist is just one of her many skills.
Sue Friston has a background of health and well being related employment, including nearly thirty years teaching yoga and pre meditative practices.
Interest in matters around death, dying, and end of life care came to the fore after a spate of bereavements and whilst accompanying her mother in the final five years of her dementia.
Sue started Malvern Death Cafe in 2013 and it has met twice a month or more ever since.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe