Posted by AK Lander | On October 19, 2017 15:11

It is hard to overstate how important a symbol the humble gravestone is to millions of people across the UK and all over the world. When we suffer the trauma of losing one of our closest relatives or friends, being able to visit a memorial to the person we loved is among the only things that can create a degree of comfort and go at least a little way towards helping us cope with our grief. Read more

Posted by AK Lander | On September 29, 2017 16:09

It goes without saying that planning the funeral of a loved one is not the easiest of tasks. Whilst we struggle to come to terms with our grief, it can feel like the last thing we want to do is concern ourselves with administrative tasks such as arranging a service, contacting friends and relatives, and organising transport. Read more

Posted by AK Lander | On September 25, 2017 17:14

As discussed in a recent article we wrote about ‘celebration of life’ funeral services, more and more people are now finding unusual ways to honour the memories of their loved ones. Read more

Posted by AK Lander | On August 17, 2017 15:29

Cremation is now the most popular choice in the UK when it comes to making the difficult decision about what to do with your own, or a family member’s, remains. You may not be aware, however, of what a long and controversial journey the practice had before it became widely accepted in British society. Read more