When Freeman Brothers returned to the South of England Show in 2018, there were several elements to the offering on our stand, one of which was to incorporate some charity fundraising.
There are many innovations taking place in the funeral industry, from funeral announcements via social media to webcasting funeral services. With the internet and contemporary technologies offering different methods of continuing familiar traditions, one of the most popular newer developments in this industry is to facilitate donations to charity being made online.
In June, the Department of Health and Social Care announced that a new system of death certification would be brought into effect in England in Wales in April 2019.
We’ve just returned from the National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) Conference, held 18th to 20th May in the beautiful North-East of England. The NAFD’s calendar runs from mid-May. Each year welcomes a new President, who, at the end of the year, holds a Conference in their local area. President for 2017-18 was Alison Crake, […]
Having joined the company in October 2017, Becky shares some of the things she’s enjoyed learning during her first few months…
One of the key benefits of increased dialogue about death, dying and bereavement, is finding out how people of varying beliefs deal with these issues, and how their rites and rituals differ- and have commonality- with our own.
Death is a topic that many people are reluctant to talk about, and since 2009 the Dying Matters Coalition have been trying to change this. It would seem lately that some progress has been made –Disney has made a groundbreaking film, “Coco”, and there have been an increasing number of books launched discussing many aspects […]
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