Evenings to share personal experiences around dying, grief and loss
Dying Matters at The Good Heart
Our Dying Matters evenings offer a safe and welcoming space for people to share their personal experiences around dying, grief and loss. It is simply an opportunity to listen, and share if you wish to, without judgement or anyone trying to 'fix' each other's feelings.
We recognise that people experience loss in many different ways and welcome those dealing with, not only the death of loved ones, but also perhaps loss of a homeland, pet, job, relationship, health, or something else personal to them. We also acknowledge that grief can be complex, and welcome the wide range of feelings that people bring to this group.
Dying Matters is held the second Thursday of every month by Neil Croom and Mel Dalton. Hot drinks will be provided. Donations towards running costs are always welcome.
7.30pm start, 9pm finish. There is no need to book, but you can register if you know you will be attending.
For more information about Dying Matters, please email Mel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These evenings are inspired by Hospice.uk’s Dying Matters Campaign which works to create an open culture in which we’re comfortable talking about death, dying and bereavement.