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The group will meet bi-monthly and use books as a means to discuss anything you want to in relation to death and dying.The book for discussion at the launch in September will be ‘With the end in mind’ by Kathryn Mannix.Macmillan Cancer Support understand how cancer can affect people’s whole lives – health, money, family, job; everything.And, after more than 100 years of caring, they understand that the most important thing is to treat people as individuals, not patients.During long weeks the opening hours are Tuesday 10-8, Wednesday-Thursday 10-5, Friday-Saturday 9-4 and during short weeks: Tuesday-Thursday 10-5. Advice provided by Health Librarians from the Aubrey Keep Library.
Tonight you will join a cast of colourful characters all set on dining with death! Venue: Wanstead Library Date: Saturday 14 September Time: 6.30pm to 9pm Tickets: £6 at Wanstead Library on 020 8708 7400 or via Eventbrite The twentieth century saw almost constant global tension and conflict on a scale far greater than any preceding period.
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer.
They ask people all over the UK to host their own Coffee Mornings and donations on the day are made to Macmillan.
When Mr Boddy asks Lady Peacock to be his bride, the wedding breakfast turns to dead-over-dinner, as the new vicar, Rev Green, hears confessions. Despite this, there were determined efforts to avert world war.
We will examine these brave attempts to achieve world peace in a century of turmoil.
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