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Dying Matters Week

Creating conversations
in Croydon

Dying Matters

Dying well takes planning

Free events in Croydon 8-14 May

Talking about death and dying can be difficult, with many families not knowing how to start these difficult conversations.

The Creating Conversations in Croydon project aims to help everyone have a good death by recording their End of Life wishes.

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Creating Conversations

Talking and listening at St Christopher's

What's on during Dying Matters week

Dying Matters

Donna's Fun Walk Story

#WalkWithMe on Sunday 14 May

Dying Matters

"When we heard about the Fun Walk Dad was still in the hospice and urged us all to take part as a 'thank you' for everything they were doing for us.

"It was a really great way of us giving back to the hospice and giving us all a sense of purpose – we didn’t feel powerless as we were out there raising money and awareness for this great cause.

"When we went back to Dad’s room and showed him our medals he was so proud and urged us to keep fundraising – so we have!

"We’ll be taking part in the Fun Walk again this year and hope you’ll join us."

Donna

Donna is walking for her dad
Fun Walk - walk with me

Join us for Fun Walk

Entry is just £5 per person, and under 11s go FREE, online registration is open until 7 May

Talking about the future of dying

Friday 12 May 2017

Dying Matters

Join us for a one-off conference “Radical Change: A blueprint for the next 50 years of dying”.

The conference features Dr BJ Miller, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California in San Francisco.

St Christopher’s is presenting this joint one day conference with the Royal Society of Medicine and Hospice UK.

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