Serving up practical information, bereavement advice and coffee – Death Cafés are gaining mainstream media attention and a growing following in the UK.
A recent report has highlighted how a societal aversion to talking about death has left hundreds of thousands of people with a long-term shortfall in income and financial security.
The popular BBC Radio 4 programme, More or Less, recently reported that between January and March 2016, the BBC had written 24 obituaries.
Each type of duneral plan promises to fulfil the exact purpose for which it was originally designed: to cover the costs of a funeral. What else is there to think about?
An increasing number of people are turning to finance options, such as payday loans and credit cards, to pay for the funeral costs of a friend or relative.
One in four of us are affected by mental health problems at some point each year.
Our latest research has revealed that 1 in 3 Britons would want all of their ex-partners to attend their funeral.
We recently conducted some research which revealed that 1 in 3 funerals now includes a technological aspect, with the majority of these featuring ‘video calls’ for those unable to attend.
Our recent survey revealed that almost a third of Britons have missed the funeral of a family member or friend.
Here, we take a look at funeral etiquette, such as how to travel and what to wear.
Our recent research looks in to how the British public would feel about finding out details about their death.
Writing a eulogy or poem for a close friend or family member’s funeral can be a daunting task, but there's no reason to let this worry you.