Death Chat at St Christopher's
Talking about death and dying remains one of the biggest taboos within most communities
Experience shows that talking about death and dying in the company of others can help to alleviate fears or concerns and enhance our quality of daily life. We know that in order to help with any anxieties we have about death and dying, it makes a difference when we are able to discuss things openly and to make our wishes known in advance.
Death chat provides an opportunity to meet and talk with others about death and dying. Over an evening’s conversation, there will be the opportunity to discuss what you think and feel and to make your own wishes known. These conversations will be facilitated by an experienced member of staff from the hospice team.
Join us to break taboos and hopefully to have some fun along the way!
- 7pm, arrival. Cheese board available for £5 with a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink.
- 7.30pm, Death Chat. An informal conversation together.
- 8.15pm, time to mingle. Stay to talk together and share cheese and wine.
There is no need to book; just come along. Death Chat takes place on a Thursday evening.