hospital to host 'Dying Matters' bereavement event
unique event is to be held in Burnham-On-Sea on Wednesday (May 24th)
to mark a national awareness week that aims to place the importance
of talking about dying, death and bereavement.
Matters is a national coalition which aims to help people talk more
openly about dying, death and bereavement and to make plans for
the end of life.
year in May, Dying Matters holds an awareness week to place the
importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement firmly
on the national agenda," said Reverend Sharon Eldergill from
St Andrew's Church.
part of the awareness week, Burnham Memorial Hospital will be holding
a cream tea in their conservatory on Wednesday May 24th from 2.30pm-4pm."
event is being jointly run by Burnham War Memorial Hospital, the
Hospital chaplaincy team, Burnham Funeral Services and Rev Sharon.
will be an opportunity to talk about things that are important to
you about life and death in an informal setting, with people on
hand to offer support and questions about things that matter to
you and your family. Come and have a cuppa and a chat!"