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Hosted by Birmingham St Mary's Hospice
May 10, 2016
3:30 p.m. (GMT)
5:00 p.m. (GMT)
Urban Coffee Company
The Big Peg
Tickets are free, and food and drinks will be available to purchase from Urban Coffee Company.
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
As part of Dying Matters Awareness Week on, Birmingham St Mary's Hospice is hosting their first death café on from at Urban Coffee Company (JQ).
"Death café? Sounds a bit morbid to me..." Not at all. The aim a Death Café is to increase awareness of death to help people, young and old, make the most of their (finite) lives. These free events are places where you can talk about death and dying in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. There's no agenda, objective or theme to the event. It's about having honest and open discussions over a cuppa tea (or coffee) and cake.
What's on the menu?
Apart from the delicious goods on offer from our generous hosts Urban Coffee Company, at the death café you will be encouraged to share your personal thoughts and stories, discuss questions such as 'What message would you like to leave behind?' or 'What song would you like for your funeral?' and to offer advice on making the most of our lives. There's also a chance to write your ultimate bucket list item on the hospice's 'Before I die' board installation at the venue.
[Please note, this is a free event but food and drink is available at the café]
So come along onfrom and join the big conversation.
What are you dying to talk about?
About Birmingham St Mary's Hospice
Birmingham St Mary's Hospice is an independent adult hospice providing free care to people across Birmingham and Sandwell. This Death Café is being held as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week 2016, and is supported by BrumYODO. For more events and information go to www.anaturalundertaking.co.uk/brumyodo or follow the hashtag #BrumYODO on Twitter.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe