3 Responses to A summer death café for Death Awareness Week Comments (RSS) Comments (RSS)

  1. Dear Catriona,
    I was very interested and impressed to read about the Death Cafe at Designs. I would have been there but for a previous engagement, I didn’t hear about it until a few days before. I am very anxious to attend the next one and would be prepared to help with the running of it. I have lived in this area all my life and have a social work background so might be of some help. I am in touch with the End of Life research at the Crichton too. I live in Dumfries.
    I look forward to hearing from you
    Best wishes
    Margaret Dobie

  2. We are sorry you missed this one Margaret but wil continue to keep you posted about these events. Do let us know if you would like to organise one yourself. We can assist with that. Kind regards

  3. I attended the death cafe in Castle Douglas in May. My sister died of cancer a few years ago and I spent the last 7 months of her life with her and her family. I also have people I am close to who have terminal illness at the moment. I am not very well myself so would not be up to organising a death cafe. I would like to take part in research that was mentioned.
    I would like to re commend a book of very accessible poems by the writer Michel Faber called “The Undying- a love story.” It raises an awful lot of issues about cancer treatment, bereavement and death and is funny and very moving. Penny Lilley, Castle Douglas.

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