Useful Links
www.lastingpost.com Lasting Post

www.lastingpost.com

For help with grief and bereavement, arranging a funeral and for practical advice in coping following a loved one’s death

www.greenwoodfutures.moonfruit.com Specialists for hand made willow caskets

www.greenwoodfutures-willowcoffins.co.uk

Local specialists for hand made willow caskets - coffins for Green and Alternative Funerals and Woodland Burials

The Natural Death Centre The Natural Death Centre

www.naturaldeath.org.uk

The Natural Death Centre provides information on all types of funeral choices, and is especially known for advice & support on family-organised, environmentally-friendly funerals and Natural Burial Grounds.

MuchLoved MuchLoved

www.muchloved.com

MuchLoved is a registered charity that helps you create a unique and beautiful memorial website to commemorate the life of a loved one.

British Humanist Association British Humanist Association

www.humanism.org.uk

The BHA offers personal and dignified funeral and memorial ceremonies for those who have chosen to live without religion.
At a humanist funeral there is no suggestion that the person has gone on to another life - it is the life that was lived that is celebrated and the person people knew who is talked about and said goodbye to.

The National Association of Funeral Directors The National Association of Funeral Directors

www.nafd.org.uk

An invaluable source of information and a useful directory.
Here are details of all aspects of the funeral process and explanation of the funeral director’s role. You will find answers to the questions most frequently asked by those who take on the responsibility of making funeral arrangements.
There is also a search facility to help you quickly and easily identify NAFD member firms in your vicinity.

The Association of Natural Burial Grounds (ANBG) The Association of Natural Burial Grounds (ANBG)

www.anbg.co.uk

The ANBG was established by The Natural Death Centre in 1994. Its aims and objects have remained unchanged.
It seeks to assist people in the process of establishing sites, to provide guidance to burial ground operators and to represent its members as a whole, and, not least, the Association has a Code of Practice for members thus providing the public with assurance as to long-term security.

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