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Death Awareness Week - Events Listings

If you are planning an event as part of Awareness Week please get in touch and we will add your event to the list below...

‘Forget Me Not’ afternoon tea at Roxburghe House

A time for Friends and family, whose loved ones died at Roxburghe House, to come and write their memories.

Family and friends can drop in at anytime during the relaxed and informal afternoon for a cup of tea and a chat and have the opportunity to write their own message in memory of their loved ones to place on the centre’s remembrance tree.

The Roxburghe House Chaplain and the Bereavement and Family Support Co-ordinators will be there to meet visitors. Resources will be available to take away.

9 May, 3pm - 6pm, Macmillan Day Care, Roxburghe House, Dundee.

Death Cafe

Designs Cafe, Castle Douglas

9 May, 6pm

 

 

Fling's Big Conversation

Organised by Final Fling

Monday, 9 May, 10am - 1pm, Kinning Park Complex - 43 Cornwall Street, Glasgow, G41 1BA

Free to attend. For more information and to book visit: Fling's Big Conversation

Paint your own memory pebble

The Margaret Kerr Unit invites people to paint a pebble to create a personalised and lasting memory of a loved one.

10 and 11 May, 1pm - 5pm, outside the Margaret Kerr Unit, Borders General Hospital

 

Film Screening: Seven songs for a long life

A documentary by Amy Hardie: six hospice patients allow us into tender, vulnerable and funny moments of their lives. Singing unlocks the patients' pasts, guides their dreams and their futures.

10am - 12pm, Saturday 14 May, North Berwick Community Centre

It Takes a Village Exhibition

A powerful and challenging new work featuring a series of portraits by Colin Gray exploring the concept that ‘if it takes a village’ to raise a child it also takes a range of people to look after someone who is dying and their family. Based on a concept and interviews by the Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care, the exhibition shares personal insights and experiences from the various perspectives of people who have cared for someone who’s dying or their family.

It Takes a Village will be on show in 22 venues across Scotland during awareness week - a full list is available here: It Takes a Village Exhibition.

 

 

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