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Bishop's Cleeve Death Cafe - Breaking the Taboo of talking about Death and Dying

Hosted by Susan Rabbich


Sept. 9, 2019

Start time:

2:00 p.m. (UK)

End time:

4:00 p.m. (UK)


Lowry's Expresso Bar and Chocolatier

Tarling's Yard

Bishop's Cleeve



GL52 8RN

United Kingdom


Accepts donations

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About this Death Cafe

This will be a very informal event, but following the Death Cafe principles of not providing any agenda. The latter is to be determined by the participants.

The work I do reminds me to live my life fully every day. As a very practical person I feel it is important to talk about, and plan for, the only certainty in life - death.

I love the work I do and learn something new from all the amazing people I work with. Although difficult at times, my experience to date has shown me that there can also be many lighter moments.

We look forward to welcoming you to our first Death Cafe at Lowry's.

About Susan Rabbich

Sue Rabbich has lived in Bishop's Cleeve and been involved in community events for many years.

She is a complementary therapist, offering reflexology at the local foot clinic. She also works in a London hospital in the cancer centre and on the palliative care wards. Sue is a trained end-of-life companion (Soul Midwife) and group facilitator.

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