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Distant or Distanced – how we can help mourners

Distant or Distanced – how we can help mourners

Facing loss is tough at any time but there’s a particular tragedy for bereaved families separated by thousands of miles. More recently, that bitter experience is shared by those who may not be physically that far apart, but lockdown, self-isolating or...
Are you prepared for your digital death?

Are you prepared for your digital death?

James Morris, our managing director and funeral director for 30 years explores the impact death has in the digital world of 2021. A few months ago, one of my colleagues received a message on his phone. From his reaction, something was obviously not quite right.  He...
Choosing the right coffin

Choosing the right coffin

Comparing the last 12 months to the year before, we have seen a shift towards funeral events that were highly personal. A key element of the uniqueness was often the coffin. At the heart of a funeral, it’s the recognisable stand-out moment. This is especially true at...
Announcing a death

Announcing a death

When facing a bereavement, an early challenge for all families is how they can best share the news amongst people – near and far.  MD James Morris explores how this can be done in 2021. Sharing the news with a deceased’s wider circle avoids potentially awkward...
Cutting the jargon around funerals

Cutting the jargon around funerals

Those arranging a funeral today have more choice than any other generation before. Options are plentiful and personalising each event means no two funerals are the same. But this can lead to confusion and the last thing anyone facing a bereavement needs, is...
A promise that’s worth something

A promise that’s worth something

When it comes to your funeral, or that of a loved one, you need to trust who you choose to help with the arrangements. It’s not a purchase you make every day and it’s often influenced by who your families and friends have used in the past or who is nearest. Sometimes...