Recent research has revealed that nearly half of people aged 50 and above believe in the concept of a ‘good death’.
New research reveals what concerns over 50s most about today’s society.
New research shows that there are more UK over 50s who do not believe in some form of life after death than those who do.
‘Getting wiser’, ‘more self-confidence’ and ‘having grandchildren’ are considered some of the best things about becoming older, according to over 50s.
Recent research shows that people aged 50 and above are divided when choosing whether or not to have flowers at their own funeral service.
Making the wrong decision surrounding work and education is the most common regret among those over 50, according to a new piece of research.
A look at the role of the funeral director when Britain was at war.
It can be an entirely disorientating experience when someone close to you passes away and emotions can feel insurmountable.
Our recent survey has revealed that people generally become more comfortable discussing death as they get older.
“If I am able to put a service together that is both positive and loving, then I have done my job.” A day in the life of a funeral director with Tom Meek of Christophers’ Family Funerals.
New research reveals how people aged 50 and above would choose to spend their time if they were given just 24 hours to live.
A quick guide to the questions you should ask before purchasing a pre-paid funeral plan.