Death Cafe profile for Death Cafe Greater Manchester

Location: United Kingdom

About Death Cafe Greater Manchester:

Death Cafe Greater Manchester is an opportunity for the people of Manchester to gather and discuss death, breaking down the barriers with the taboos and stigmas surrounding the subject. 

We hope to facilitate the normalisation of talking about the subject of death as part of life, giving people a safe space to discuss their views in a positive way without prejudice, shame or influence. 

This is a free event hosted by members of the Remembrance Funeral Community Services team at the community meeting space based at our premises in Hattersley, Hyde, Manchester. We also have another private meeting space in Manchester City Centre's Northern Quarter.

Refreshments of tea, coffee, cake and a glass of wine will be complimentary to attendees. 

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Death Cafe write up: Death Cafe Hyde Meeting 1.0

Posted by Death Cafe Greater Manchester on Sept. 2, 2021, 6:37 a.m.

We hosted our first Death Cafe Hyde meeting on Tuesday. 

Considering Death Cafe is a fairly new idea to Hyde and Tameside, we did not really know what to expect…
We had advertised in all the local community groups for a month or so via social media channels, even stretching out of the area to Chorlton where there was previously a very active Death Cafe. All the social media advertisement seemed to gain good, positive reactions. 
We prepared for Death Cafe on the 31st buying a mass of cake and wine and were promptly set up for 6:30pm. 
Initially, just 2 other members of staff from our ...

Death Cafe: Death Cafe Hyde Meeting 1.0

Posted by Death Cafe Greater Manchester on July 11, 2021, 11:34 a.m.

With Tracey Phillips / Gauri Batra

Aug. 31, 2021, 6.30 p.m. - 9.00 p.m. (GMT (UK))


We are running our Death Cafe to give people a safe space to come and talk about the topic of death and break down the barriers surrounding the subject in ...

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