It’s always extra special when you put a personal stamp on a funeral and it needn’t cost anything more.
Many people find themselves fearful about the idea of attending a funeral, especially those who suffer with anxiety or phobias.
Recently, we conducted research which revealed that almost a third of Britons have had a near death experience.
Recently we conducted a survey on funeral costs which revealed that the average funeral spend, for the 61% who spend more than the national average, is £4,800.
Some of the most expensive funerals of all time have been for political leaders, celebrities and royalty.
Over the last year or so, the campaign around right-to-die issues has gained some traction. The general public is becoming increasingly more aware of it and what it stands for.
Gravestones, also known as headstones and tombstones, are a special way of commemorating a loved one, and often their place of burial.
Here, we take you through a simple step-by-step guide to understand all the things you need to consider and put in place when organising a funeral after a loved one’s death.
A recent survey revealed that the death of Mufasa in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ was voted the country's most memorable death scene.
As the topic of death surges in conversation, especially around end of life care and the decisions around euthanasia, we wanted to see if it had had an effect on the younger generation.
Green funerals are rising in popularity as people think more and more about their footprint on the world and the effects a traditional burial or cremation can have on the environment.
When it comes to funding a funeral, the first thing to establish is whether the deceased had a funeral plan in place.