Wed, 16 Nov|
Kingston Hive, Cycle Hub
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.
Time & Location
16 Nov 2022, 19:00 – 20:00
Kingston Hive, Cycle Hub, 47 Wood St, Kingston upon Thames KT1, UK
About the event
Faciliator Charlotte Haigh is a director of Kingston Hive and a committed environmental campaigner.
Since 2016, 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 guide, freelance holistic funeral director 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 the existential threat to humanity and the other species on our beautiful planet as a result of climate change and pollution.