Posted by Compassionate Communities High Peak
Hosted by Compassionate Communities Derbyshire (High Peak)
Feb. 13, 2019
7:00 p.m. (UK BST)
9:00 p.m. (UK BST)
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The Tradesman's Entrance Cafe
13 Scarsdale Place
About this Death Cafe
Come and talk about a subject we really shouldn’t be quiet about. Join us for an evening of lively conversation. There will be a warm welcome (and delicious refreshments will be available for purchase from our host Caz of the Tradesman’s Café).
There are few spaces in life to talk about death, our café will provide a non-judgemental space to discuss how our experiences of death dying bereavement and loss have shaped us, and hear how others think and feel about this subject that affects us all.
No need to be apprehensive if you’ve not been to a Death Café before, they are friendly and inclusive. The format for the evening will be have small table discussions, half way through the evening, we’ll move around the tables so as to have a chance to speak with other participants, the conversation usually flows very easily, but you can say a much or as little as you want (so long as everyone who wants to talk has opportunity! )
Towards the end of the evening, each table will have the opportunity to reflect on any of the topics they have discussed to the room if they wish.
About Compassionate Communities Derbyshire (High Peak)
Compassionate Communities Derbyshire
Compassionate Communities Derbyshire (High Peak) aims to encourage people and communities to talk about death, dying, bereavement and loss, to enable people to share their preferences and wishes about the future and to support each other in practical and emotional ways.
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