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Sue Brayne - 26 Jun 2020
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SATURDAY, 18TH JULY, 2020. 10.30 - 12.30 UK TIME. Please email sue.brayne@gmail.com to book a place and receive the zoom link.

Grab a comforting nibble and a cuppa, and come and join funeral celebrant Angela Ward and Sue Brayne, author of Living Fully, Dying Consciously for our Campfire Convention Death Cafe on Saturday, 18 July, 10.30 - 12.30. Please contact sue.brayne@gmail.com to confirm your place, and you will receive a zoom link.

For those who are new to death cafes, here is a little more information: 

What is a Death Café?
Death Cafes (www.deathcafe.com) were set up by Jon Underwood in 2011 to provide a safe, confidential setting for people to come together to talk about death and dying and what really matters over a piece of cake and cup of tea.

What Death Cafes are not:
Death Cafes are not therapy sessions or grief and bereavement groups. Rather, they provide a space to share and discuss issues related to mortality, death and dying and end of life.

Self-Care:
Death Cafes are not recommended for those who have experienced profound loss and grief within the past twelve months. It is recommended that those struggling with mental health issues should have emotional or psychological support in place before attending a Death Cafe. 

‘Rules':
There are no ‘rules’ as such. However, it is always requested that participants speak from their own personal experiences, e.g. using ‘I’ and ‘me’. Please do not speak for others, or from personal, political or religious agendas. And, to respect that this is not a place to sell products or promote business. 

Taking part:
Just turn up and be willing to engage in conversations that really matter to you. Our only ask is that you agree to remain with the Death Café for the full 2hours. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Death Cafe.

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