Croydon CCG’s workshop open to anyone 30-50 yrs of age. 11 Dec, 2019

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NHS Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), who plans and funds health services for people living in Croydon, is holding a workshop to hear what you think about their plans.

They are offering a £10 voucher for each person who attends the session (for the first 25 people registered). Continue reading

Bereavement Cafe in #Croydon every second Friday of the month (dates to Dec 2019)

Creating Conversations in Croydon runs a Bereavement Cafe in the Clocktower Cafe every second Friday of the month.

 

Admin support role for Creating Conversations in Croydon, based in Sydenham. Closing date 30 August

Are you interested in providing admin support to this important project running in Croydon?

The Creating Conversations in Croydon project is commissioned by Croydon CCG.

Click here for full details of the admin role, a role description and an application form.

Dying well takes planning – call for volunteers in Croydon – training starts Sept 2019

Are you interested in free training to become a volunteer for this important project running in Croydon?

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Bereavement Cafe in #Croydon every second Friday of the month (dates to July 2019)

Creating Conversations in Croydon runs a Bereavement Cafe in the Clocktower Cafe every second Friday of the month.

Dying well takes planning – call for volunteers in Croydon – training starts June 2019

Are you interested in free training to become a volunteer for this important project running in Croydon?

Continue reading

Community Forum – The Art of Dying Well – Weds 20 Mar, 2019, 6-9pm

The Creating Conversations in Croydon project is commissioned by Croydon CCG.

The project has specially trained volunteers who seek to encourage local people to feel more comfortable about talking openly about death and dying.

Come along to the community forum in March to join the conversation and find out more.

Everyone is welcome!

Book a FREE ticket for this and other events here.

 

You can also contact Carol Trower for more information by emailing c.trower@stchristophers.org.uk