Charles Cowling
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOrqDx5dOp4   Evelyn Temple wants this to be played at the end of her funeral…   Birds flying high you know how I feel Sun in the sky you know how I feel Breeze driftin’ on by you know how I feel It’s a new dawn It’s a new day
Charles Cowling
Dead Art Now by Dave Cook, winner 2011   Are you a graveyard rabbit? Are you a photographer?  If your answer to both of the above is yes, you can enrich yourself to the tune of £1,000 by indulging your two favourite fads and entering MAB’s Dead Art? Then and Now
Charles Cowling
  From the press release: Linda Robinson is a professional end-of-life carer and her clients, tucked up in warm, cozy beds, often confided to a dread of being carried out in a wooden box.  When her children were young, the family wrapped dead pets in soft woollen jumpers for burial,
Charles Cowling
  Behold the Curve coffin developed in Tenterden, Kent, by Andy Clarke.  Andy says, “I always knew that there was room for a different type of coffin. I couldn’t understand why there was so little choice for what is, at the end of the day, an essential item in all
Charles Cowling
    Posted by Charles   Philip Gould, one of the architects and strategists of  New Labour, died of cancer at the end of last year. Before he died he bought himself a grave at Highgate cemetery. The photo above shows him standing beside it.  Below is an extract from