And the coffin was made by… Greenfield

Charles Cowling

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You saw it here first. Yeah, well okay, you first saw it here. Hayley’s coffin was, we can now reveal, made by Will Hunneybel and his team at Greenfield Creations.

As I write, (9.08) you could boil an egg on Will’s servers and the GFG coffins page is going bananas.

A good day for the empowered funeral shopper.

 

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John
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What a brilliant idea and a very smart move, well done I wish you all the success you deserve.

Jo Vassie
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Fabulous coffin, as are all of Will’s and they are absolutely dependable even in weather like we are having at the moment, I speak from experience.

I offered the producer the chance of giving Hayley a natural burial at ours, shame they didn’t take up the offer as that would have informed the public of an alternative way to say goodbye.

Andrew Hickson (Kingfisher Funerals)
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Good on you Will. A fantastic designer and creator of highly original cardboard coffins.

Did anyone notice that when the bearers were standing at the door of the crematorium the coffin was head-first on their shoulders, but as they got to the catafalque it was feet-first?

Ben Green
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Good job we had someone good managing the server and social exposure 🙂