Charles Cowling
  Lynne Watson, a celebrant, has brought to our attention a powerful and poignant article in the Daily Mail. Thank you, Lynne.  It’s about a doctor, Kate Granger, who is 29 and dying of cancer, has said no to any more chemotherapy. Here are some extracts to give you a taste: 
Charles Cowling
All that Remains from Steve Burns on Vimeo. An interesting survey of the US funeral scene in 2009 if you’ve got 25 mins to spare. Features among others Holly Stevens at a convention of home funeralists and Mark Harris, whose book Grave Matters is well worth reading. 
Charles Cowling
    Posted by Richard Rawlinson   There was a time when the skull and crossbones symbolised ‘Danger’ when displayed on poisonous products or worn on the clothes of Punks, Goths, Hell’s Angels, pirates and SS soldiers. For some years now, it’s been a ubiquitous part of mainstream fashion, found on
Charles Cowling
  Posted by Tim Clark   Threnody is a group of people mostly drawn from the ranks of Bangor Community Choir. We are ready to sing at funerals in places that don’t normally have choral singing, particularly at crematoria. Charles has already been kind enough to feature us here, and I