Another popular category, this year there were 13 finalists reflecting death related events from around the country.
It is wonderful to see such diverse and creative ways of encouraging conversation about death in the public domain, and the judges were encouraged to hear about such innovative projects.
Again, we ended up with two joint winners, chosen this time because the judges could not decide between them. Both events reached large numbers of people, both were creative and inspirational, and both deserve recognition for their ground-breaking impact of bringing the subject of death to public spaces in a non-threatening, stimulating way.
The runner up in this category was an event that reached a smaller number of people with a more specific remit, but the content of the day will have resulted in spreading valuable information to communities around the country.
Runner up: Home Funeral Network for the Funerals to Die For conference.
Photograph by Jayne Lloyd
The 2017 Good Funeral Awards were generously sponsored by Greenfield Creations