Charles Cowling
When will I see you again? When will we share precious moments? Will I have to wait forever? Or will I have to suffer and cry the whole night through? When will I see you again? When will our hearts beat together? Are we in love or just friends? Is
Charles Cowling
    “He’s so unpopular, if he became a funeral director people would stop dying.”     The late Tony Banks of John Major. An old quote, but one well capable of being dusted off.   
Charles Cowling
  We sometimes have good ideas here at the GFG, but we rarely make them happen. In life there are starters and there are finishers. We have little of the latter about us.  One of our better ideas was a model Viking longship for launching ashes in. We urged this
Charles Cowling
  Guardian commenter nomisd writes: “Mrs nomisd wants the drums from the Eastenders theme music as the curtains close…” [Source]
Charles Cowling
  Here’s an interesting article from the Milton Keynes Citizen which describes a Trading Standards department that sets the pace for some of the rest:   Milton Keynes Council Trading Standards has recently undertaken a project looking at the funeral directors industry to determine if businesses are compliant with consumer protection
Charles Cowling
  Simon Ferrar will be opening his first natural burial ground, Clandon Wood, in May this year — after months of painstaking research.  He writes here about the lessons he has learned from loss.    I was moved to write the following, firstly as a response to a blog post