Network & Events

“Meeting death with love and appreciating its purpose is a service to the living, the dying and the dead” Sarah Kerr, Soul Passages

If you are interested in actively supporting our work, why not become a member of our Daisy Chain!  click HERE to find out more about our Daisy Chain.

Everyone who has an interest in our work is welcome to join our Network– you do not need to be working with people who are dying. The Network currently includes carers, funeral celebrants, nurses, mortuary managers, death doulas, mums, hospice volunteers, interested people, midwives, bereavement officers, artists, counsellors, clergy…

Our aim is to hold Network Gatherings every year where members can share knowledge and support each others’ work and vision. We will also hold other events throughout the year – see sub pages in this section for details of other events.

To join the network and receive occasional newsletters and details of events please subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of the page. Check our facebook page too.

We are currently looking for ways to network especially with celebrants and soul midwives and to let local people know who is available in their area. 

Upcoming events

Network Get-together

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Demystifying Death Week

Thursday 5th May

Introductory Workshops

We hold friendly and informative workshops for anyone who is interested in caring at home for someone who has died. A group from Highlands, Fife and Edinburgh enjoy a well earned lunch break after a demonstration of some practicalities.

Death in the Afternoon

Soul midwives, academics, end of life doulas and others enjoying a post-screening gathering we arranged in partnership with film-maker Rehana Rose when her film Dead Good was chosen for the Glasgow Film Festival.