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Death is inevitable, enjoying life isn’t!

While we must all die one day, how much we enjoy life is very much down to the individual. Come to the Death Café in Bury St Edmunds on 20th January 7.00 – 9.00 PM The Margaret Kemp Room The

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The return of life, death and doughnuts – The Death Cafe is back!

 “Did you bring  joy to the world and have you found joy?” This for me is what death is all about. It’s about life. Its realising none of  us lives for ever. As good old Pope Paul said “We all

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“There are only so many tomorrows!”

“Somebody should tell us, right at the start of our lives that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now!

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How good is your quality of life?

What is the meaning of life? What do you still want to achieve before you die? Why haven’t you done it? In a letter to a girlfriend John F Kennedy wrote that if he lived to 100 he could only

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The Death Cafe is back in Bury St Edmunds

Back in the Spring we ran a series of drop in Death Cafes in Bury St Edmunds, which were well received. We’ve decided to continue to run them monthly up until Christmas. You’re very welcome to come along for all

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The Death Cafe comes to Saffron Walden

The life, death, cake and contemplation road show, the hallmark of all good Death Cafe’s, is on its way to Saffron Walden. It’s going to be run by Ritama Rudder and Maneesha James. They both came to the last Café

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“My mother fell in the Strawberries. We laughed till we cried”

Death Café – Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall Hospice, Peterborough 13th May 2013 “My mother fell in the Strawberry patch and we laughed till we cried.” One loving memory of a mother, who having problems standing, had fallen over in her

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The Death Cafe comes to Peterborough

Peterborough’s first Death Café Life, death, and cakes We at Borley Green are happy to be taking part in this event. Whenever we think of Peterborough we always remember that old Roy Kinnear ad with him dressed as a Roman

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Bury St Edmunds has a drop in Death Cafe

Life, death and doughnuts 30th April, 27th May and 24th June 7.00 pm – 10.00pm The Garden Room The Quaker Meeting House St John’s Street Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SJ (visit http://www.burystedmundsquakers.org for directions) There will be a drop in Death Cafe

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Mourning coffee that gives you a lift

Woolpit solicitor Nigel George launched Suffolk’s first Death Café in October last year Billed as an evening of life, death, cake and contemplation, the event has been growing in popularity in the county ever since. Reporter Laura Smith attended the

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