Until recently Death Café meetings happened at The Compasses in Holbrook on Sundays from 10.30am to noon. In May, with full lockdown in place, we met on the modern marvel of Zoom. This is not as satisfying perhaps as meeting in person but considerably better than not meeting at all. It is easy to access, with an invitation that includes the link you need to join us. Once you are ‘in the room’ you have the option of having video ‘on’ or ‘off’, which means you can choose to be seen or not, while seeing others and still being part of the audio conversation.
We talk about anything to do with death or dying with no agenda or speakers. We just meet to have an interesting chat in a space that is safe and where we listen to each other with compassion and without judgement.
We are not a support group, simply people comfortable talking about these matters and sharing with others our interest and experience. The Death Café movement is worldwide and was founded in the UK by Jon Underwood.
We invite you to join us for our next Death Café on Zoom on July 5. If you are interested in joining us, finding out more, being part of the conversation or simply listening, then contact Jane Gould: 01473 789777 / firstname.lastname@example.org
We need to know who wishes to join us so we can send you the link.