Demystifying Death in Glasgow

Our next in-person event is coming up on Saturday 18th May. We are returning to Glasgow with a full day in the beautiful Hidden Gardens. We hope we can continue to build on all the brilliant energy and connections we made in Glasgow last November. There will be space to tell our own stories, demystify … Read more

Our next online gathering

We are delighted to bring you our next online gathering with the wonderful Madge Bray. Madge will join us online on 7th May during demystifying death week to share her explorations of the Scots tradition of keening. This is sure to be an interesting  gathering. Get more information and the link to register here.

Coming Up in Edinburgh

One of our Edinburgh  Daisies is holding her first event in Edinburgh soon. Join Tamara at Stockbridge Library on Wednesday 17 April 1:15 -2:15 pm for a free informal discussion about your options after someone’s last breath. Everyone welcome – curiosity encouraged! Tea and cake provided. Stockbridge Library 11 Hamilton Place EH3 5BA Places limited. … Read more

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Slow Down When Someone Dies

by Lin Carruthers and Kate Clark

Do the lights go out when someone dies? Are you in the dark about what to do when a person takes their last breath? This life-affirming guide encourages and enables you to explore the options for everyone involved.

It is currently available in paperback and eBook format. It is also available as a pdf by donation from

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This module explores an approach to preparing for your Daisy Days which takes account of yourself and also those central to your life. It covers who can legally make arrangements for you, how to begin, the influences on decisions, explorative conversations, and gives step-by-step guidance to write your “After My Last Breath” letter.

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  • watch the module video (approx 30 mins)
  • download the video transcript
  • download an illuminating exercise
  • access other useful resources.

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