A Dead Good Day Out

Next May we will be having a ‘Dead Good Day Out’ 

A day of thinking about Death – confronting a few taboos, some myth busting, how to lighten the environmental impact of funerals, and providing an informative and open atmosphere for questions and debate.

Our date will be Saturday May 10th 2014….a date for your diary

This will be at the start of The National Dying Matters Awareness Week, 12-19th May 2014

http://dyingmatters.org/ for more on that

It will be a multi-faceted event, covering many aspects of Death and Dying. 
A welcoming day for all of the community, including families, health professionals, a diversity of faiths – an engaging, colourful, reflective and creative day with music, poetry, paintings, funeral planning, food, lectures, discussion groups, talks, coffin painting, will making, sugar skulls decorating , film screenings and more! 

…all in all, a ‘Dead Good Day out’. 

We had a very successful ‘Days of the Dead’ last November at Minstead, which we now hope to build upon  A link to this event last year is at https://www.facebook.com/events/422902761057412/

We are ..Deb Wilkes, a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Oakhaven Hospice in Lymington and Chris Townsend ,working with schools and communities in Sustainability Education in the New Forest and we both live in Southampton.