6th August 2020

Tea, Cake, and Death: Death Cafe Taunton to meet on 4th April

After starting 2020 off with a successful February meeting of Death Cafe Taunton, organisers are planning another, to be held on Saturday, 4th April, 2020, at the Creative Innovation Centre, Taunton, from 2 to 4 pm.
 
Death Cafe Taunton is an opportunity for individuals to come together and discuss all aspects of death, in a relaxed and respectful setting. Adults of any age and experience are invited to attend, to enjoy refreshments and talk about death, dying, and beyond.
 
Nicole Stanfield, organiser of Death Cafe Taunton, said this about the event: “I feel like it’s my mission in life to get people talking about death. It happens to each of us in the end — so why not take the step to try to remove some of the discomfort and mystery surrounding it all, in a relaxed environment over a slice of cake?”
 
Death Cafe is a global movement, with the aim of increasing awareness of death and to help people make the most of their lives. It was started by Jon Underwood in the UK in 2011, based on the work of Swiss sociologist Bernard Crettaz. It exists today as a not-for-profit social franchise, with death cafes popping up all the time, all over the world.
 
To learn more about Death Cafe Taunton, visit the facebook page: www.facebook.com/deathcafetaunton
 
To learn more about Death Cafe, visit deathcafe.com