When Dr Mark Taubert, right, wrote an open letter of thanks to David Bowie following the singer's death, he had no idea of the international attention it would receive. The letter was shared countless times, featured in innumerable media reports and even prompted Bowie's son Duncan Jones to
Pembrokeshire’s plans for Byw Nawr / Live Now Week got off to great start on 5th February when Paul Sartori Hospice at Home hosted an open meeting to share ideas. A wide range of organisations were represented with contributions from: community groups, Hywel Dda
Digwyddiad yng Ngŵyl y Gelli 2016: Gadael Cymynrodd, gyda darlleniadau gan Fardd Llawryfog cyntaf Cymru, Gwyneth Lewis (dan nawdd Y Brifysgol Agored)
‘Ti wyddost bod hyn yn gyffredin; rhaid i bob bywyd ddarfod’ Hamlet
Yr ydym yn falch o gyhoeddi ein bod,wedi llwyddo i drefnu
Karin Jashapara (pictured) is the founder of the Play of Light theatre company, which uses shadow puppets to prompt discussions about dying and death.
During last year's Dying Matters Awareness Week, Play of Light staged two performances of Karin's play 'Death in a Nut', hosting a
Dying Matters Chair Gary Rycroft, a solicitor based in Lancaster, considers the lessons we can learn from the death of David Bowie, who planned his death with the same meticulousness that he planned his brilliant career, dying peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones.
The world wide
Jon Underwood is the founder of Death Cafe, a fast-growing movement which sees people gathering to eat, drink and discuss death. Influenced by the work of Swiss sociologist Bernard Crettaz, the goal of Death Cafe is to create a safe environment where people feel comfortable talking about the one
On 14 December 2012, Scarlett Lewis' son Jesse, six, was shot dead alongside 19 other six and seven-year-old children and six teaching staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Connecticut. They were murdered by 20-year-old Adam Lanza, a deeply troubled and mentally ill young man who was obsessed