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Death & Grief Cafes

Death & Grief Cafes are a safe space where people, usually strangers come together to talk about death, dying, grief and life! There is no agenda or objectives; the conversation is simply led by the people in the group. It is a place to talk and share (or just listen) rather than a grief support group or a counselling session. Cake and something to drink are highly recommended! You can discover more about Death Cafes here.

 

 

Good Grief Cafe (LBWF)

East of Eden, 14 Hatherley Mews, London, Walthamstow

Our Good Grief Cafes are open to Waltham Forest residents aged over 18 and adult users of Waltham Forest Health and Care services.

They are an informal and supportive place where people can come together to share and discuss their experiences of grief and loss and connect with others who understand. Whatever your loss, and whether this is anticipated, recent or a long time ago, everyone is welcome.

Booking Now Free 3 spots left

Good Grief Cafe in Wanstead

Wanstead Library Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead

We are hosting the Good Grief Cafes with Redbridge Libraries.
Redbridge Libraries are the founder member of the Death Positive Library movement in the UK. The project uses public libraries as safe and trusted places to start conversations about death, dying and loss. You can follow the Death Positive Library on Instagram @thedeathpositivelibrary

To find out more and book your place, go to eventbrite.

Good Grief Cafe (LBWF)

East of Eden, 14 Hatherley Mews, London, Walthamstow

Our Good Grief Cafes are open to Waltham Forest residents aged over 18 and adult users of Waltham Forest Health and Care services.

They are an informal and supportive place where people can come together to share and discuss their experiences of grief and loss and connect with others who understand. Whatever your loss, and whether this is anticipated, recent or a long time ago, everyone is welcome.

Booking Now Free 11 spots left

North East London Death Cafe in Walthamstow

East of Eden, 14 Hatherley Mews, London, Walthamstow

Join us at East of Eden Cafe to talk openly about death and dying in a safe and confidential space.

To find out more and to book your place, go to eventbrite.

Good Grief Cafe in Wanstead

Wanstead Library Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead

We are hosting the Good Grief Cafes with Redbridge Libraries.
Redbridge Libraries are the founder member of the Death Positive Library movement in the UK. The project uses public libraries as safe and trusted places to start conversations about death, dying and loss. You can follow the Death Positive Library on Instagram @thedeathpositivelibrary

To find out more and book your place, go to eventbrite.

Good Grief Cafe in Wanstead

Wanstead Library Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead

We are hosting the Good Grief Cafes with Redbridge Libraries.
Redbridge Libraries are the founder member of the Death Positive Library movement in the UK. The project uses public libraries as safe and trusted places to start conversations about death, dying and loss. You can follow the Death Positive Library on Instagram @thedeathpositivelibrary

To find out more and book your place, go to eventbrite.
Booking will open soon!

North East London Death Cafe in Walthamstow

East of Eden, 14 Hatherley Mews, London, Walthamstow

Join us at East of Eden Cafe to talk openly about death and dying in a safe and confidential space.

To find out more and to book your place, go to eventbrite.

Booking will open in July 2024.

Good Grief Cafe in Wanstead

Wanstead Library Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead

We are hosting the Good Grief Cafes with Redbridge Libraries.
Redbridge Libraries are the founder member of the Death Positive Library movement in the UK. The project uses public libraries as safe and trusted places to start conversations about death, dying and loss. You can follow the Death Positive Library on Instagram @thedeathpositivelibrary

To find out more and book your place, go to eventbrite.
Booking will open soon!

North East London Death Cafe in Walthamstow

East of Eden, 14 Hatherley Mews, London, Walthamstow

Join us at East of Eden Cafe to talk openly about death and dying in a safe and confidential space.

To find out more and to book your place, go to eventbrite.

Booking will open in Sept 2024.