Guest post by Tim Morris from the ICCM “Sensitive incineration of Pre-Term Babies” Is this a valid option for bereaved parents alongside burial and cremation? Believe me, it has been accepted in some quarters. If you are a bereaved parent or of a sensitive disposition, I apologise for any cold
Guest post by Amy Cunningham in the USA With funeral options like earth-friendly burial in simple shroud or biodegradable casket, family-witnessed cremation, and full body sea submersion drawing more interest than ever, it’s a good time to notice that the end-of-life rituals in HBO‘s epic fantasy drama “Game of Thrones” are
Now that the sun has come out a bit and the Wimbledon quarter finals have been reached, the attraction of spending daylight time at conferences and seminars about funerals has waned a little – however, the GFG is nothing if not self sacrificing, so this week that’s just what we’ve
Every year we celebrate the best of the funeral industry with the Good Funeral Awards. There isn’t a ‘Worst Crematorium of the Year” award but if there was such an accolade, we have a strong contender. Introducing our readers to West London Crematorium, as photographed on Thursday 30th June 2016.
Guest post by Howard Hodgson THE FASHION OF DEATH ALWAYS FOLLOWS THE FASHION OF LIFE. ‘In the midst of life we are but in death, of whom may we seek for succour but thee oh Lord, who for our sins art justly displeased’ are words that most of us