from previous editions

Good Funeral Awards 2016

What a swanky event it was this year, packed to the rafters, including a few suited folk from the conventional side of things; good to see...

Anywhere and Everywhere

I'm sure many people sit comfortably with the Victorian oil painting depiction of death. Peacefully surrounded by nearest and dearest, alert...

Affordable Burial for Londoners...

I am going to use London as a case study here. However, the same principle applies for all cities as far as I am aware.A recent Royal Lo...

Essex's Coastal Beauty

I thought our readers might like to find out why someone gets involved with running a natural burial ground, so I asked Samantha Lonergan at...

Tissue Donation After Death

After reading a couple of thought- provoking editions of this magazine and as someone who has recently started a career in this area, I thou...

Is There a Book In You?

ArticleJames Baker tells us how he came to write “A Life In Death – Memoirs Of A Cotswold Funeral Director”.It wasn’t originally my idea...

Post Mortems Need Not Use The Knife

The advancement in new technology is changing the way post-mortem examination can be done.EditorSince I started out in 'funeral worl...

A Cremation for less than £1000?

An all inclusive undertaker arranged cremation between £900 and £1200Is that possible?The annual Royal London Report is now ...

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Ball of String

James - Moving On.I never thought that I would be reduced to tears by a ball of string, incredible music video.


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People and Places that Inspire Us

Beyond Goodbye

How a family kept their son's memory alive on the internet.

The Church & this Sacred Earth

More to Death asked Peter 'BBC's around the world in 80 faiths' Owen Jones for his thoughts on natural burial developments and Christianity.

Death Cafes

Have you ever considered going along to a Death Cafe? It is a wonderful way of meeting people who are experiencing the grieving process too..

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.

More to Death is the leading authority in Natural Burials.

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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