Posted by wendelienmcnicoll
Hosted by Wendelien McNicoll and Louise Golledge
Nov. 10, 2018
11:00 a.m. (UK)
1:00 p.m. (UK)
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
Are you interested in exploring the subject of death? Should we wait until death is near before we talk about it? Just talking about death won’t make it happen but there is a real need for people to openly express their thoughts, fears and experiences. We can aim to make the subject of death, a little less intimidating
Death Café’s, are not a bereavement support group but a safe place to talk about dying and death, whilst enjoying home made cake and tea. We appreciate a voluntary donations just to cover our cost.
Our events will be published on the Death Cafe website, by posters in town and in the local papers.
For more information: or Twitter @DeathCafe
About Wendelien McNicoll and Louise Golledge
Wendelien is a counsellor & supervisor specialised in palliative and bereavement counselling.
Louise is a palliative care nurse with the Rosemary Foundation in Petersfield Hampshire.
We met while doing the Soul Midwife training with Felicity Warner School of Soul Midwives. We are both passionate about opening up a wider conversation on death and dying and striving to improve on end of life care in any way we can.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe