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Wed, 08 Feb


Kingston Hive

Eco-Grief Circle (1)

The climate and ecological crisis can feel overwhelming. This is a safe space to share difficult feelings with like-minded people. It can be very healing to realise you're not alone, and to be able to express fear, sadness and other emotions with others who understand.

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Eco-Grief Circle (1)
Eco-Grief Circle (1)

Time & Location

08 Feb 2023, 19:00 – 20:00

Kingston Hive, Cyclehub, Ground Floor, 47, 49 Wood St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1UJ, UK

About the event

An eco-grief circle is a simple listening circle where you can share difficult feelings around the climate and nature crises. It can sometimes be hard to talk about this if others in your life don't understand - or if you don't want to burden them with your worries. Everyone has time to speak, and listening to other people who share your concerns can be very healing. Most people go away feeling more positive.

Facilitator  Charlotte Haigh is a director of Kingston Hive and a committed environmental campaigner.

Since 2017, Charlotte has provided Kingston residents with death cafes, an extraordinary forum to talk about the often taboo subject of death and dying in a safe and supportive evironment. She is an end-of-life guide coach, funeral guide, workshop facilitator and writer. Charlotte believes our society's death-avoidant culture plays a part in our difficulty with confronting the climate and ecological crisis.

Her eco-grief circles are a safe space to discuss feelings about the existential threat to humanity and all our kin on this beautiful planet. Find out more about Charlotte's work.

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