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What do I wear to a funeral?
Published 17/09/2020
Planning what to wear at a funeral can be tricky for some, especially if you’ve never been to a funeral before. No need to worry, most people will have something suitable to wear lurking in their wardrobe. Here’s a guide for men and women on how to dress for the occasion.
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How does a live stream funeral work?
Published 14/09/2020
Put simply, a live stream is a live transmission of an event over the internet. Video cameras are set up at the location where the event is taking place, and the footage is broadcast in real time over the internet for people to watch along at home. This ‘real time’ aspect allows people to still feel a part of the event as it happens, rather than just watching a video back at a later date or being told about it. This live stream can be made publicly accessible to everyone, or it can be kept more private and require a password or a link to access it. Often the footage is recorded as well so that it can be watched back at a later date if someone cannot be available to watch it live.
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How Much Does a Funeral Cost?
Published 10/09/2020
For many, money is no object when it comes to arranging a funeral for a loved one who has passed away. But some people cannot afford that luxury, and even for those who can, the costs of arranging the day can quickly add up. In this blog, I am going to answer the question, how much does a funeral cost?
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Should I get buried or cremated?
Published 07/09/2020
A burial or a cremation can be a very tough decision. Once it’s been done it can’t be changed so deciding can be daunting. If you’re struggling to think which is best for you here we’ll run through all the pros and cons, as well as anything else that may affect what would be best for you.
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Humanist Funerals
Published 03/09/2020
To understand why more and more non-religious families are choosing humanist funeral ceremonies, we take a look at their rising popularity with Head of Ceremonies, Isabel Russo. The number of non-religious funeral ceremonies is on the rise. As more people than ever before are identifying themselves as non-religious, the demand for humanist funerals increases. For the third year in a row, the British Social Attitudes Survey has shown that the majority of British people (52%) identify as non-religious, this has been a growing trend for over a decade. In the 2001 UK census 7.7 million people identified themselves as non-religious, and by 2011, that figure had risen to 14 million.
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Which Charity Should I Choose to do a Collection For?
Published 31/08/2020
When someone passes away, more often than not a charity collection will take place in their memory. But which charity should you choose? This blog will hopefully help you come to that very difficult decision.
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How exercise and healthy eating can help to ease your grief
Published 27/08/2020
Grieving for a loved one is already hard enough that you might think exercising and eating right is too hard for you at the moment, but it can help you tremendously - physically and mentally.
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What is a Tumulus?
Published 24/08/2020
Apart from being a popular crossword answer, the meaning behind ‘Tumulus’ is that it is a mound of earth and stone raised to originally house a grave or graves. A tumulus can also be known as a barrow or a burial mound, and can be found throughout history and across most of the world. The rest of this article is contributed by Sarah from www.mid-englandbarrow.co.uk
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How Can I Find Out If Someone Has Died?
Published 20/08/2020
When someone close to you passes away, you will more than likely be informed immediately. However, how do you find out about the death of an old friend, or a distant relative? In this blog, I am going to cover the various ways you can go about this, and also demonstrate what a useful tool funeral-notices.co.uk is when trying to do this. The traditional way to find out about a passing of someone that you knew but weren’t close to was to check in the newspaper, and for some this is still the way they prefer. People all over the country buy local newspapers, sometimes with the sole intention of checking the death notices for people they may have known.
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Where is the best place to scatter ashes?
Published 17/08/2020
Scattering the ashes is one of the many traditions we do to help us grieve and accept the passing of a loved one. There may be many places you and the deceased shared fond memories and you might seem lost as to where to scatter the ashes. Here we will guide you through a few ideas on where and how you go about it.
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