I am currently taking a break from coordinating the Faversham Death Cafes. If you would like to find out about Death Cafes in your area, visit http://www.deathcafe.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 07801 631078 for information about other Death Cafes in the Faversham area.
What is a death café?
A death café is a relaxed and informal way to get together to talk about death and dying (with plenty of tea and cake!).
There is no agenda, but the facilitators create a safe and relaxed space for people to talk.
Death Cafés run across the world – find out more about the movement and other death cafés near you at www.deathcafe.com
What a death cafe is not
A Death Café is not a counselling or bereavement session, but rather a safe space to talk about a topic we often avoid in daily conversation.
People usually find the events life affirming, comforting and uplifting.
Who is a Death Café for?
All Death Cafes are run slightly differently, but generally they are free events where and everyone is welcome. It is for people who are going to die (that’s all of us at some point) who want to talk with others about death and dying.
If you would like to find out about Death Cafes in your area, visit http://www.deathcafe.com or contact email@example.com / 07801 631078 for information about other Death Cafes in the Faversham area.
Blog posts on previous Death Cafes:
Faversham Death Cafe Facebook Group
The Facebook Group for the Faversham Death Cafe is an informal, public group for people to continue (or start) the conversation about death and dying.
If you would like to share articles, thoughts or anything else related to death and dying, connect with other people around the subject and keep informed about forthcoming death cafe events, you are welcome to join.
Click here to be taken to the Facebook Group. You will be asked a couple of questions on asking to join. Please read and agree to the group rules and remember that it is a public group; only share what you feel comfortable with other people reading.