Charles Cowling
  The Revd Paul Sinclair, proprietor of Motorcycle Funerals, occupies, in the unanimous opinion of all who toil round the clock here at the GFG-Batesville Tower, the status of national treasure. He’s a thoroughly good egg, a lovely man. At weekends, when crem chimneys grow cold, Paul and his wife
Charles Cowling
  You know I’ll never fade away, You know I’ll never fade away, You know I’ll never fade away, You know I’ll never fade away. But if I do, it’ll be because you asked me to. You know I’ll never break in two, You know I’ll never break in two,
Charles Cowling
  This press release was issued this morning by Dignity in Dying following Geraldine McClelland’s death at the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland:   08 Dec 2011: My dying wish: please talk about my death In September I decided to travel abroad to die. Having made the necessary arrangements, in October
Charles Cowling
How can you give people clear simple information about the likely cost of the funeral they are organising? It sounds easy but in practice it can be the hardest thing in the world. How do you listen, share, sympathise and support people in all sorts of distress? How do you
Charles Cowling
  “When I die I want to go peacefully like my grandfather did, in his sleep… not screaming, like the passengers in his car.”   Text of a Christmas card that’s just arrived at GFG HQ