Published Thursday 13th April 2023

What’s it about?

Got questions about wills, probate and power of attorney?
No idea how to plan or pay for a funeral?
Concerned about the eco nature of your death?
Not sure whether burial or cremation is right for you?
Want to know more about ‘Swedish Death Cleaning’?

Then why not join us at our Good Will Café where we will tackle all of this and more.
The best time to have conversations about death and dying is when it is not imminent, so we invite you to take advantage of this opportunity to hear from the experts and bring your questions to those in the know.

In collaboration with St Michael’s Hospice, and supported by Masefields Solicitors, Jackson Family Funeral Directors and Life Coach Lis Wybrow.

Friday 21st April 2023
10.30am – 12.00pm

Deer Park, Martins Way, Ledbury HR8 2XW


Our experts…

Lisa-Jayne Lewis
St Michael’s Hospice

Lisa is the Community Development Manager at St Michael’s Hospice in Hereford, and she believes that everybody should feel empowered to ask questions that enable them to make their own decisions about death and dying.

Nia Jones
Masefield Solicitors

Nia joined Masefield Solicitors in August 2012 as a paralegal and qualified as a solicitor in October 2015. Nia specialises in wills, probate, trusts and power of attorney.

Amie Cook
Jackson Family Funeral Directors
Amie has worked in the funeral industry for over six years and specialises in creating bespoke funeral arrangements led by each family’s wishes.

Lis Wybrow
Life Coach

Lis is a coach for life, death and everything in between. Whether you are dying or suffering from a loss, Lis will work with you to identify what you value most when it comes to living life to the fullest.

How to book your free place/s:

To book, please contact Vivienne Hill on: 01531 800 700 or email by clicking the button above.