17 May 2016

“What I valued most about the Death Education workshop was learning how to talk about death from different perspectives. I’ve felt it was a validating experience and I’ve learned some new vocabulary. In addition, the historical information was interesting and enlightening.”
Ceri Williams

14 April 2016

“This course was fantastic. I particularly valued understanding the different ways people grieve and the notions of time.”
Nicky Kent, Social Heart CIC

23 May 2014

The CEDAR Death Café in Oswestry, which ran on Wednesday, 23rd May 2014, at the Curious Tea Rooms, was highly successful; filling up one-and-a-half rooms of the café. Feedback from the café was very positive as well. Here are some of the comments:

“I enjoyed the informality, coffee, cake and pleasant setting. All the people who had come were there from choice and with a variety of thoughts and experiences, and willing to share. Very interesting discussions.”
Ceri Perucki

“I found it useful and gained an insight into my own situation.”
Marj Joscelyne

“I liked the informality; willingness to talk and debate; and it was interesting to hear other people’s experiences and knowledge.”

CEDAR  Education
CEDAR  Education  is  dedicated  to  teaching everyone  how  to  understand,  accept  and  respond to  death,  dying  and  loss  in  healthy  and appropriate  ways  with  clients,  patients,  students, and  in  personal  relationships.

CEDAR Education is proud to have won the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service