We'll be using our usual format but on this occasion we're giving it a theme. Death is sometimes a taboo subject, but it plays an undeniable role in all our lives. This is a chance to talk about it, and what it means to us, in an atmosphere of good listening.
This is to mark Dying Matters Awareness Week (http://www.dyingmatters.org/page/AwarenessWeek2017), and the Festival of Living and Dying (http://www.dyingforlife.co.uk) in Cambridge on May 13th.
In an unhurried conversation, there is time to think differently and connect with people in a refreshing way. Unhurried isn't always slow, but it has a pace where people find it easy to join in and not feel crowded out. And listening can be as satisfying as talking.