Our blog is having a rest for a couple of weeks, so will be back in July with lots of interesting and exciting things to tell you.
Flowers are a simple and natural way to show your love for someone. They cheer up a gloomy room, and bring a smile to those receiving them, but why do we have them at funerals?
On Wednesday, 6 February 1952, Princess Elizabeth received the news of her father’s death and her own accession to the throne, while staying in a remote part of Kenya. Sadly her tour had to be abandoned, and the young Princess flew back to Britain as Queen. She was greeted by Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the airport, and her Coronation took place the following year in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.
How many times when we are a bit under the weather, or not feeling well, can the devotion of a much loved family pet, make us feel so much better. Bereavement is no exception and an animal who can give that extra comfort, has to be of benefit to bereaved families.
What can we do with the cremated remains?
This is a question that is asked of us as Funeral Directors many times. There are lots of options available to the family and I was interested and moved to read the following story in the Daily Telegraph this weekend.
This week has seen an array of different funerals in our work place, from a church service, to a simple funeral held at the crematorium. Whilst all funerals are different the most common denominator in them all is music.
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