Unexpected Benefits of Webcasting Funerals

Unexpected Benefits of Webcasting Funerals

Although we have seen webcasting remain popular for a long time, its application to funerals has only recently become commonplace, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it can feel like unexplored territory, and might be slightly off putting at...
Deciding On Cremation vs Burial

Deciding On Cremation vs Burial

Difficult decisions can be made harder by a lack of quality information on the arguments relating to whether an individual might prefer burial or cremation. Many people choose to either put the decision off until a later date, leaving their family to choose for them,...
Writing the Perfect Eulogy

Writing the Perfect Eulogy

During the especially difficult time of dealing with the loss of a loved one, it can be doubly hard to know where to start if you are the chosen person for the writing of the eulogy. This remembrance speech, written with the purpose of paying tribute to your loved...
Content for Order of Services

Content for Order of Services

When considering the content for order of services, it can be a bit overwhelming, particularly in a time of grief and arranging a funeral, so we’ve outlined below some ideas to help guide you. The content of an Order of Service is so much more than a list of...
The Importance of Discussing your Funeral Wishes

The Importance of Discussing your Funeral Wishes

It’s so important to involve your family when discussing your funeral wishes.  Why? Well, although we understand that it’s not an easy conversation to have, but it will make your wishes very clear whilst you’re still fit and able to communicate them...
What to Do if a Relative Dies at Christmas Time

What to Do if a Relative Dies at Christmas Time

The festive period is usually a time for fun, frivolity, family and friends.  This year, for many people, they don’t want to hold back on festive cheer, particularly after the cancellation of Christmas in 2020 due to the Covid-19 restrictions here in the UK at that...