PEOPLE are being invited to listen to an interesting debate on assisted dying.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury will visit a country estate near Havant to talk about the subject.
Lord Carey of Clifton will take part in a debate at St Paul’s Chapel, at Stansted House, near Rowlands Castle to talk about his support for the so-called ‘Assisted Dying Bill’.
Last year he backed the bill, which would allow doctors to give lethal drugs under certain circumstances to terminally ill patients.
There will be a response to Lord Carey’s lecture by the Reverend Dr Brendan McCarthy, the Church of England’s national adviser on medical ethics.
The lecture takes place at 4pm on Tuesday, September 15. Tickets, including tea at Stansted House, are £12. People interested in the debate should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org