Making Plymouth a Compassionate City

Date: Tuesday, 23 April 2019 19:30

Venue: The B-Bar, Barbican Theatre

According to the Compassionate City Charter for end of life, a compassionate city is a community that recognises that all natural cycles of sickness and health, birth and death, love and loss occur every day across our society. It defines a compassionate community as one that recognises that care for one another at times of crisis and loss is not solely a task for health and social services but is everyone’s responsibility.

Come and hear Abenaa Gyamfuah-Assibey from St Luke’s talk about the Compassionate City initiative within Plymouth.

Our events are free and open to all, although we do ask for a voluntary contribution to cover speaker's expenses.


Castle St, Plymouth PL1 2NJ



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