Posted by caroltrower


Hosted by Creating Conversations in Croydon


Date:

July 2, 2019

Start time:

11:00 a.m. (GMT)

End time:

12:30 p.m. (GMT)

Status:

Forthcoming

Contact the organiser

Address:

Norbury Library

1, Beatrice Avenue

Norbury

London

SW16 4UW

United Kingdom

 

Free

About this Death Cafe

Creating Conversations hosts several Death Cafes in Croydon to order to give an opportunity for all, to talk about their loved ones and to thoughtfully consider all the planning needed for a healthy life/ good Death.

This Death Café will take place on the first Tuesday of each month.

It will provide an opportunity for individuals of any background, religion, culture or belief to meet together in a non-judgemental environment to discuss death and dying.

So take this opportunity to come, share, learn and discuss in a safe, friendly and relaxed environment.

There is a space reserved just for you, your friends, your family.

So do join us for this death cafe, in Norbury Library, assessable to all.

 

This Death Cafe is facilitated by Nayana and Varsha.


About Creating Conversations in Croydon

This Death Cafe is part of a larger project called Creating Conversations in Croydon.

This is a community collaborative project between St Christophers, Age UK Croydon and Cruse Croydon.

The Project has 40 speciallly Trained volunteers who are committed to encouraging people to think, talk, plan for their end of life wishes

Death is an integral part of all our lives, so lets talk about the deaths of our loved ones/friends and in doing so move forward to think about our own end of life wishes.

For other events

Please visit www.stchristophers.org.uk/creatingconversations

Carol Trower is the Project Co-ordinator of Creating Conversations in Croydon,

Nayana and Varsha are both Creating Conversations Volunteers and as such have completed a bespoke Training Programme on many aspects of End of Life Plannning.

They are both commpasionate at encouraging positive conversations around the subject of Death, Dying and Bereavement.


Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe

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