This heartwarming documentary film follows Brighton-based funeral director Cara Mair as she gently guides three families through the process of crafting the perfect funeral for their loved one. A gentle, thoughtful and comforting film about doing funerals differently, and with great love.
The tradition of giving guests a small gift or favour to take home with them as a reminder of the day has always been popular for weddings, but you might be surprised to know that funeral favours are becoming increasingly popular too.
In this guest blog post, Cherry Williams from huunuu explains why they launched their new Crucial Conversations Card Game to help people explore their thoughts, feelings and wishes surrounding the topic of death in a fun and informal way with their family and friends. If the thought of gathering your friends around the table to talk about death sounds depressing, read on. You might just be surprised...
Meet Natasha Bradshaw, superintendent at Mortlake Crematorium in Richmond and organiser of the Full Circle Festival which aims to educate, inspire and celebrate 80 years of Mortlake Crematorium supporting the local community.
Last week saw us exhibiting for the first time at the National Funeral Exhibition. It was a great opportunity to meet up with other businesses, catch up with old friends and make new ones, and to get a feel for trends and innovations in the funeral industry.