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Suggested by celebrant Georgina Pugh:   When the blood dries in my veins and my Heart feels no more pain I know, I’ll be on my way, To heavens door, I know when I’m not, i’ll be hoping i don’t drop, To a place where I will rise, like before,
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Down to Earth Mentoring Programme   Down to Earth is now recruiting volunteer mentors to support people on a low income as they deal with the funeral planning process. What will mentoring for Down to Earth be like? Challenging but rewarding! You will work closely with individuals and families on low incomes who are organising
Charles Cowling
  Posted by our religious correspondent, Richard Rawlinson   The first crematorium to be opened in London, in 1902, is directly opposite Golders Green Jewish Cemetery, opened in 1895. Apart from their Hoop Lane location, they share little in common. Traditional Jews, like traditional Christians and Muslims, believe in burial:
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