Remembrance Day is an annual chance to hold services and fall silent for two minutes in order to remember those who have fallen in battle.
A recent poll has indicated that the coronavirus pandemic has made people over 50 consider their own mortality.
This helpful guide for parents and carers promotes the importance of being open and honest with a bereaved child and much more.
This year, the event takes place from 11 – 17 May, but in the wake of Coronavirus, it will inevitably be a little different to previous years.
Nominate your favourite charity for a £1,000 donation through our Movement for Good awards.
What to do if you think a loved one may have purchased a funeral plan, but you can’t find any of the information.
The results of a 2019 survey have shown that the majority of over 50s are not aware of the memorialisation feature of social media profiles.
A recent survey has revealed that many over 50s feel they have not yet achieved everything they want to in life.
Supporting a bereaved child with the help of Penhaligon's Friends.
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.