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Death Café in South Croydon

EVENT OVERVIEW

30 March 2020 | 18 May 2020
4.30-6pm
Free
Selsdon Library, Addington Road, South Croydon, CR2 8LA

CANCELLED

Come and talk about death over a cup of tea and slice of cake. Everyone is welcome!

Due to government and organisational guidance, the Creating Conversations in Croydon project will not be holding any face to face meetings, until further notice.

If anyone would like to discuss any subject that you may have raised at one of our events, please email  the project lead Carol Trower at c.trower@stchristophers.org.uk in the first instance.

  • The aim of a Death Café is to provide a forum where people can speak to each other about death as a natural part of life.

    Please arrive on time so we can start the conversation together.

  • Death Café is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group and not a grief support or counselling session. To make it a safe and welcoming space we ask everyone to respect the differences in people’s experience, thoughts or beliefs and to keep personal stories confidential.

    Death Cafés operate with no intention of leading people to any conclusion, product or course of action.

    If you have been recently bereaved our Bereavement Café might be more appropriate.

  • Creating Conversations in Croydon is a collaborative community project run by St Christopher’s in partnership with Age UK Croydon and Cruse Croydon. The aim of the project is to help people of all ages talk more openly about death, dying and their plans for end of life.

    It  has been funded by Croydon Clinical Commissioning group to support the people of Croydon to begin the process of change.

    This proactive project aims to inform and encourage people to think and talk about their end of life wishes and choices including where they would like to die, understanding the legal medical directives involved, reflecting on their funeral wishes and, above all else, sharing their wishes with family and friends. Research has shown this gives all involved peace of mind and reduces family conflicts

More information

Carol Trower Project Lead, Creating Conversations

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