Salisbury Death Cafe
What is Death Cafe?
At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death.
Our objective is 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'.
A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session.
Death Cafes are always offered:
- On a not for profit basis
- In an accessible, respectful and confidential space
- With no intention of leading people to any conclusion, product or course of action
- Alongside refreshing drinks and nourishing food – and cake!
For more information about Death Cafe visit http://deathcafe.com/
About Salisbury Death Cafe
Death and dying has been a topic which has remained a subject of taboo for far too long. With the format of Death Cafe we now have the opportunity to explore in a safe and open manner the subject of our own mortality which many find can be a liberating experience. In keeping with the Death Cafe objectives, Salisbury Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no set agenda or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session.
Many thanks to Salisbury Quakers Meeting House for allowing us to rent the space - we would like to make it clear that we have no affiliation to the Quakers and individuals of any or of no religious/spiritual beliefs are welcome to attend.
Salisbury Death Cafe is hosted by local residents Ann Kronenberg, Daniel Kronenberg and Nadia Sajadi-Rosen.
Refreshments will be provided.
Donations of £3 will be taken on the day to cover room rental.
As space is limited, please book a place at the top of the page with the Register button. If you need to cancel later, please notify the organiser so that your ticket can be offered to others. Please feel free to contact us beforehand if you have any questions: email@example.com