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 Quaker Meeting House St John’s Street Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SJ
(visit for directions)

Listening to the radio recently they were talking about having a good death.  “Was it ever possible to be happy at the moment of someone’s death?” asked the presenter.   What no one mentioned was the inevitability of death for us all.  Do we look at the question the wrong way round?  Should we care more about having a good life than a good death?  Can one lead to the other? While death is inevitable having a good life isn’t.

Come to the Death Cafe and discuss this and much more……….

What is the Death Café?

 At Death Cafes people come together in a relaxed and safe setting to discuss life and death, drink tea and eat delicious cake.  The objective of Death Cafe is “To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives”.

 Death Cafes are always offered:

  •  On a not for profit basis though, to be sustainable, we try to cover expenses through donations
  • In an accessible, respectful and confidential space, free of discrimination, where people can express their views safely
  • With no intention of leading participants towards any particular conclusion, product or course of action
  • Alongside refreshing drinks, nourishing food – and cake!


For more information call Nigel on 01449 737582 NG Italy head shot