Sunday September 18th, 7.15pm for 7:30pm
Daniel Hall, Long Garden Walk, Farnham, GU9 7HX.
A talk and Q&A discussion with Cameron Brown.
Cameron Brown is a trustee and on treasurer of Compassion in Dying. This is a charity undertaking research into and advice on end-of-life issues to patients, carers and healthcare professionals. It is a sister company of Dignity in Dying, the main UK organisation campaigning for the legalisation of assisted dying for the mentally competent terminally ill (under strict, defined conditions). Cameron was a director of Dignity for the (then) maximum permitted term of six years, the last three as hon treasurer.
His talk will make the case for law change.
He has an MA (Oxon) in Modern Languages and after a 20-year career in merchant banking and financial services he left the City to start a publishing company, Collins & Brown, specialising in illustrated non-fiction (hobbies, crafts etc). Retired for some 10 years he lives in an Elizabethan farmhouse in Wisley, is chairman of the local history society and publisher of its award-winning bi-monthly magazine. He is a busy musician, performing in the Surrey / Hants/ SW London area and has a serious collection of early German jazz guitars.
Do come and join in.
All are welcome!!
In current circumstances please check for any last minute changes on https://farnham.humanist.org.uk/
Donation of £2 to help hire costs and free tea/coffee welcome drink.
Drinks available also from the Hop Blossom Pub, close by.