from previous editions

Bespoke Pottery for Bereavement

Following on from our article in the last edition concerning the benefits of making things at a time of bereavement. We were sent the follow...

Circle of Life Festival

Jean Francis, One Spirit Interfaith minister, pre-need funeral planner, author and winner of the ‘Most Significant Contribution to the Under...

Ideal Death Show

The annual Ideal Death Show and Good Funeral Awards weekend has come of age. It has found its niche, its feet and its raison d’etre. It know...

How Did You End Up Doing This?

Over 16 years of being involved with death, I continue to meet new people who have, through various ways, come to be working in some death r...

Garden Burial

What  a hot topic Garden Burial has become since the MP for South Shields recently declared in the Commons that funeral poverty was forcing ...

Alternative Gravestones & Memorials

Choosing natural burial can be the most wonderful option;  the beauty of the landscape becomes the memorial and there is a reassuring feelin...

Transforming Powers Through Making

Back in the last century I was a maker of colourful hand-made felt tea cosies, felted seamless jackets and hats, and the occasional wall han...

Sleeping Angels

It is one thing when somebody  dies  in  old  age,  after a  good  life  but  it  is  truly devastating  when  a  baby  dies, or  is  born  ...

Ethical Wills

An ethical will is used to pass on personal values, beliefs, blessings, and advice to future generations. It is a way to tell stories and sh...

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Forever Orange

Of course being me we weren't going to have a formulaic funeral at the local crematorium when my mother in law passed away.

Silent Cities

More to Death asked Jeane Trend-Hill - photographer, author, artist, actress and bone fide 'Lady' - to explain how she became so interested in cemeteries and monuments.

Ways to Remember

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

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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