Charles Cowling
  Nicole Whitehead, celebrant in Welling, Kent, is having this at hers. 9513
Charles Cowling
  Great news for all online coffin buyers: Carl Marlow’s new season range is now available at prices to, er, die for.  This is the sort of announcement that gets the GFG hated. And Carl, of course. Shucks.  Click the images to bring them up to full size. Find the Go As
Charles Cowling
   “It’s midsummer on the Isle of Bute in Scotland. Archaeologist Paul Duffy has a plan. He wants to know how our ancestors went about cremating their dead. He didn’t have a dead person handy, so he decided to cremate our closest relation in the animal kingdom – a pig.”
Charles Cowling
      In an act of solidarity with the movement to restore open-air cremation to Britain, spearheaded by the Natural Death Centre, we survey some inspirational historic examples.  Percy Bysshe Shelley, the Romantic poet, drowned in 1822. His yacht was wrecked in a storm in the Gulf of Spezzia,
Charles Cowling
  In an act of solidarity with the movement to restore open-air cremation to Britain, spearheaded by the Natural Death Centre, we survey some inspirational historic examples.  When the funeral was announced, a pyre was erected in the Field of Mars near the tomb of Julia. In front of the rostra was
Charles Cowling
    In an act of solidarity with the movement to restore open-air cremation to Britain, spearheaded by the Natural Death Centre, we survey some inspirational historic examples.    When Hercules was trying to take his bride Deianeira home, he had to cross the Evenus River. Nessus, a centaur, served
Charles Cowling
  Posted by Lyra Mollington   I’ve been rumbled.  My grandson let it slip that I’m writing for the Good Funeral Guide.  My sister Myra has just phoned me – and she seems to have forgotten that sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.   M:       Congratulations on your new