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Dying Week – Chance to discuss the issues of death with our professionals

14th May 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm Monarch House, 8 Church Street, Old Isleworth Middx TW7 6BH

As part of Dying Matters week which runs from the 13th-19th May.  Old Isleworth Solicitors Garner & Hancock are hosting a Death Café in Isleworth.

What is a 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”.

Nigel George as been running Death Cafés for a number of years. He is an experienced practitioner and great listener.

Death Cafes are always offered:

On a not for profit basis. 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 and to attend our any of the sessions please contact Nigel George on 07957 186297 or email ngeorge@garner-hancock.co.uk

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