Articles

from previous editions

Where there is a Will....

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In my role as manager of the Association of Natural Burial Grounds, I witness the journeys taken by inspired individuals when trying to open...

Saying Goodbye to Oscar

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I was lucky that my husband in his grief was able to focus on saying goodbye to Oscar

Leave Them Laughing

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“In December of 2007, I was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, a fatal, debilitating, and incurabl...

Feeding the Bone Orchard

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In Western culture, we sweep our dead under the carpet. We don’t like to be reminded of our own mortality

Ways to Remember

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New and modern ways to memorialise and celebrate the lives of those lost

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A Graceful Death

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Antonia Rolls tells us about her 'Graceful Death' exhibition

A Natural Undertaking

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Carrie Weekes at A Natural Undertaking talks about setting up as a funeral director

Established Site Joins the Gang

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In this article we ask Steve Barnes the manager of Tithe Green Natural Burial site in Nottinghamshire why it has taken 13 years for his site to join the Association of Natural Burial Grounds.Tithe Green Burial Ground, is privately owned by Oxton Estate and was first opened in 1999. It is approximately 9 miles north of Nottingham City, near to the village[...]

More to Death Magazine is the official magazine of The Natural Death Centre.

Rosie Inman-Cook and the team at The Natural Death Centre are committed to helping the general public understand the choices they have when planning the funeral of a loved one. Whether you want a woodland or meadow burial, the team at the Natural Death Centre are able to offer well informed and sincere advice.

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Jam packed with articles about the natural burial movement in the UK; wicker coffins; cardboard coffins; direct cremations; people’s life experiences of garden funerals and caring for a loved one at home – More to Death was created to help people make informed decisions when planning a funeral.

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