Charles Cowling
Here’s a cheerful number to round off our cremation-themed Tuesday
Charles Cowling
  In Ghana the famous xylophonist Bernard Woma is appealing for money for a new funeral pyre for the people of his village. Here’s what he says: Due to centuries held traditional practice, the Dagara people perform funerals in a public setting. This public funeral ritual means that the deceased
Charles Cowling
  Here’s an extract from a feasibility review conducted by Rugby Borough Council Jan 2010, which plans to build a new crematorium. The review gives us useful info about how these things are costed:   Staffing: “It is proposed that the number of staff recommended would be: 1 Manager, 1
Charles Cowling
  Posted by Charles   An undated document issued by the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management (ICCM) makes clear its policy on the practice of ‘holding over’ – the retention of bodies for up to 72 hours in order to optimise cremators:   5.  Operation of Cremation Equipment At