Category: After Loss

Feb 29
Funeral Directions Review – Harbour View

Crematorium and Woodland Burial Ground, Lytchett Minster, DorsetTapper Funeral Service – Steve Richards, Celebrant A Haven of Peace and RespectHaving recently attended the funeral of a great friend here, I wanted to congratulate Tapper Funeral Directors, for the excellent service and setting and Steve Richards, celebrant, officiating the ceremony . Harbour View truly is a […]

Jan 05
Death, Grief and Practicalities

For many in their late forties and early fifties, the loss of a parent becomes a stark reality. Data tells us roughly half will lose their father, and a third their mother, during this stage of life.This loss can be particularly profound, often coinciding with the peak of a demanding career and vast business experience. […]

Nov 01
It Makes Sense to Talk About This: Remembering Matthew Perry

The passing of Matthew Perry is a poignant reminder that loss affects us not only when we lose loved ones but also when celebrities we’ve grown to know and love pass away. It’s a testament to the power of storytelling and the connections we forge with the characters and actors that touch our lives. It’s […]

Oct 25
The Practical Aspects of Bereavement: Don’t miss out on the potential value an unused car might hold.

When your partner leaves behind an unused car, it can feel like a heavy burden during a period of grief. But what you might not know is that you could be eligible for a car tax rebate, and many are unaware of just how much their vehicle is worth. Recent research has shed light on […]

Sep 29
Planning for your “after-death” financial future is an act of love and responsibility towards your family.

Article by VKPFA Death is an inevitable part of life, and while it’s not a topic we like to dwell on, planning for the financial well-being of our loved ones after we’re gone is an essential responsibility. Forward-thinking and proactive financial planning can ease the burden on your family during a difficult time and ensure […]

Sep 25
Funeral Directions Welcomes “Singers for Funerals”

🎶Funeral Directions Welcomes “Singers for Funerals” to our End of Life Planning Platform!🎶 At Funeral Directions, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive support during challenging times, and we are delighted to introduce “Singers for Funerals,” a remarkable duo with a vast repertoire and unparalleled experience. With nearly 500 funerals under their belt, “Singers for Funerals” […]

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Aug 30
The Role of a Funeral Celebrant: Guiding Light in Times of Loss

Losing a loved one is intensely challenging, touching us all. In these tough times, a compassionate guide offers solace. This is where Funeral Celebrants flourish – arranging ceremonies to honour the departed and provide comfort, regardless of beliefs. They weave personal narratives, crafting comforting ceremonies that celebrate unique lives. Gathering memories and anecdotes, they create […]

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Aug 17
Eco Burial Chambers: Redefining Sustainable Funeral Planning

When arranging a funeral, we pay homage to our heritage while considering the planet. So, we welcome Eco Burial Chambers as an innovator in eco-friendly burial choices that resonate with ancestral legacies and environmental consciousness. When funeral planning, two concerns might intertwine: upholding family traditions and minimising our environmental impact. This enterprise addresses both, through […]

Aug 17
Exploring Prepaid Funeral Plans

Regulated pre-paid funeral plan companies in the United Kingdom, number more than 20, with a multitude of options available for individuals seeking to plan ahead for their end-of-life arrangements.Notable names include: In the following review, we focus on standard plans from various providers, intending to provide brief insights without favouring any particular company.The aim is […]