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Growing Memories... Plant a Living Memorial to Remember a Loved One

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Growing Memories...  Plant a Living Memorial to Remember a Loved One

The eternal renewal of nature awakens something special in all of us. We've curated a few of our favourite ways to sow the seeds of remembrance, recovery and renewal, or to find the perfect nature-inspired bereavement gift.

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Spring clean your life... and death

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Spring clean your life... and death

We’re passionate advocates of planning for a good death and, as Winter turns to Spring, now is the perfect time for a tidy up. This means decluttering our admin, dusting off our plans and shedding a bit of sunlight on what the future might hold.

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Just a Note… The Many Benefits of Putting Pen to Paper

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Just a Note… The Many Benefits of Putting Pen to Paper

There is nothing like a handwritten card to tell someone you are thinking about them. In a world of emails and text messages, the act of choosing a card, putting pen to paper and taking a trip to the post box is enough to let them know they are in your thoughts.

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Making time for self-care following a bereavement

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Making time for self-care following a bereavement

Death should, if the world was a more understanding place, be followed by a gentle period of re-orientation. A time to remember, reflect and recalibrate. But of course real life is not really like that. We look at why making time for self-care is so important following a bereavement.

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A Space at the Table... Remembering Loved Ones at Christmas

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A Space at the Table... Remembering Loved Ones at Christmas

With loved ones on our minds more than ever at this time of year, everyone has different ways of making sure that those who are no longer with us remain part of our Christmas rituals and traditions.

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