Grief Gathering

Grief Gathering

This Grief Gathering is a small, free group conversation led by BrumYODO and based on the model created by Fevered Sleep. People experience grief in many different ways and some people find it harder than others to express. Fevered Sleep describe a Grief Gathering as...
We Need to Talk About Dying

We Need to Talk About Dying

Attitudes to death and dying in the Black Country and West Birmingham will be the focus of a virtual event on 13 May as public services workers, the community and voluntary sector, and the general public gather to share ideas about how we can be more open about the...
Death Cafe and Q&A with Palliative Care Consultant

Death Cafe and Q&A with Palliative Care Consultant

Death can be a difficult subject to talk about but it’s often easier than you think. Whether you are new to Death Cafes or a regular visitor, Ellie Winters and Fran Moffat invite you to join them to discuss death and dying in a safe and non-judgemental space. A Death...
Creativity, Community and COVID: In Memoriam

Creativity, Community and COVID: In Memoriam

As ‘In Memoriam ‘, an outdoor artwork by Luke Jerram opens to visitors, join undertaker Carrie Weekes as she talks to local guest speakers on how we can find ways to commemorate the impact of COVID-19 and the fundamental role that creativity and community...
How to host a Death Cafe

How to host a Death Cafe

Ever wanted to run a Death Cafe but didn’t know where to start? This online workshop will take you through the essentials of running a Death Cafe, so you’ll feel confident to take the plunge. Join Lis Whybrow and Fran Glover (BrumYODO directors) as they...