Tea, cake and ... death will be on the agenda for a meeting at Llangollen Town Hall later this month.
Charlie Jones, facilities officer for the Town Council, has come up with the idea of hosting a free-to-enter Death Cafe there on the afternoon of January 31.
A Death Cafe is a scheduled non-profit get-together for the purpose of talking about death over food and drink, usually tea and cake.
The aim of these non-profit groups is to educate and help others become more familiar with the end of life.
The idea originates with the Swiss sociologist and anthropologist Dr Bernard Crettaz, who organised the first "café mortel" in 2004.
Jon Underwood, a UK web developer, was inspired by Crettaz's work and developed the Death Cafe model in 2011.
There are currently almost 3,000 Death Cafes listed in United Kingdom and over 15,000 in countries across the world.
Charlie Jones said: "The Death Cafe has become an international movement and they help people to talk more easily about death.
"The Death Cafe is not a bereavement session just a place to have a chat over tea and cake.
"We hope people will consider coming along."
The Llangollen Death Cafe will be held at the Town Hall between 4.30 and 6.30pm on Tuesday January 31.
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