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York’s Dead Good Festival 2019

York’s Dead Good Festival

A Festival for the Living 10th-19th May 2019

We recognise that, as a society, we’re not particularly good at talking about dying, death and bereavement. This festival will help people express themselves in different ways, whilst giving advice and support on a number of practical matters. Our festival is part of a network of events across the UK for Dying Matters Awareness Week.

Download York’s Dead Good Festival PDF Brochure HERE

May 14th – FUNERAL PLANNING INFORMATION

TALK

TIME 10am-11am

VENUE Bramley Room New Earswick Folk Hall Hawthorn Terrace, York YO32 4AQ

BOOK No booking required

INFO Chris Dudzinska · 07824 639244 [email protected] co.uk

Come and join this informal, not-at-all morbid session to find out about the many choices for funerals, of which most people are unaware. Discover how funerals can be more meaningful and, at the same time, not cost the earth.

May 16th – DEAD GOOD CAKE ’N’ CHAT

DISCUSSION

TIME 3pm-4pm

VENUE Kings Manor, Room K/G 84 University of York Exhibition Square, York YO1 7EP

BOOK No booking required

INFO Chris Dudzinska · 07824 639244 [email protected] co.uk

People are beginning to talk openly about death and dying, and this is a chance to gain information and dispel long-held myths and taboos. This is the perfect opportunity for people to meet up and have a chat whilst becoming informed: and enjoying tea and cake! Thinking about the inevitable in advance ensures good preparation for us and our families, and better choices to suit our individual needs. This is not a bereavement group, but a chance to speak freely about any aspects of death or dying whether good or not quite so good.

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Folk Hall Monday 4th March

Join us on Monday 4th March at The Folk Hall HAWTHORN TERRACE, NEW EARSWICK, YORK YO32 4AQ

A group of women helping other women facing life’s highs and lows, with practical information and professional yet sensitive support.


10 to 11 am
MAKING KEEPSAKE ART – with Sarah Jackson of Winifred Taylor Ltd
‘Don’t keep them in a drawer or box – bring them out and enjoy them’
07899 092299  www.winifredtaylor.co.uk

11.15 am to 12.15 pm
‘Companion for the living at their end’
07999 880163  [email protected]

12.30 to 1.30 pm
CELEBRATING LOVE & LIFE – with Julie Kay
“Planning & creating a Baby Naming, Wedding or Funeral ceremony & other occasions”
07889 573217  www.humanist.org.uk/juliekay

2.15 to 3 pm
HOME ORGANISER – with Anne Wyn-Jones
“Practical and sensitive support when needed”
07885 729759  www.idealliving.co.uk

3.15 to 4.15 pm
FUNERAL PLANNING AND INFORMATION – with Chris Dudzinska of Last Wishes Funerals
‘Women are beginning to play a larger part in organising funerals. Find out how – and also how to keep costs down’
07824 639244  www.lastwishesfunerals.co.uk

Download the PDF FOLK HALL advert March 2019

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