Virtual Death Cafe

Held across the UK, Death Cafés are welcoming, safe and friendly meetings for people, often strangers, to openly discuss something that affects us all.

Virtual Death Cafe

About Virtual Death Cafe

Held across the UK, Death Cafés are welcoming, safe and friendly meetings for people, often strangers, to openly discuss something that affects us all. There is no set agenda, topic, or designated expert, other than to share our experience, and to deeply listen.

This is an inclusive, nurturing and confidential space where people can share openly on this subject which is on people’s minds more than ever. In these times, it feels important to be connected to each other, and able to share our fears and concerns. It is not a support group, or grief counselling, but a safe space to have a conversation in a comfortable environment with open hearts, open minds, and respect for all.

Traditionally, Death Cafés take place in physical spaces and offer refreshments and cake, but since Covid-19, many have moved online – so we encourage you to bring a cup of tea or coffee and a snack to the meeting.

The meeting will take place via Microsoft Teams and you the link to join will be included in your e-ticket, which you will receive upon booking. Please check promotions and spam folders as sometimes automated emails get redirected.

Please note – you will need to be connected to the internet with a device that has a video camera and microphone.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Virtual Death Cafe are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.

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