Death Café and visit to GreenAcres

Tuesday June 18th 2.00 to 5.00pm

GreenAcres Heatherley Wood,
Grayshott Road, Grayshott, East Hampshire GU35 8LA

Farnham Humanists and  GreenAcres are hosting a Death Café. A Death Cafe is where people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. The aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. Many of us don’t have the opportunity to talk openly about death with others yet there may be many things we would like to think about or discuss. A Death Café provides a safe space to do just this. It is simply an opportunity to talk about death with no agenda, objectives or themes.’ To find out more visit https://deathcafe.com/

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GreenAcres staff will talk to us about their award-winning burial ground at Heatheley Wood, Grayshott, with its focus on celebrating the life of a loved one. See https://www.greenacresgroup.co.uk/park/heatherley-wood/ Humanist Celebrants are particularly welcome.

Tea & cakes will be provided for a nominal charge. We will try to organize cars for people to get to Grayshott. To book a place or to enquire about transport please email david@farnham.humanist.org.uk