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Getting older? Make decisions about death and enjoy life

Getting older Whether you’re ready to start planning for death or you’re only just realising that you’re steadily gaining more grey hairs and wrinkles, it’s important to plan for both the dying process and your remaining years. Getting older means facing difficult conversations head on, but it also means more discounts on fun things and […]

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The top 5 morbid spots in Bristol

A quick guide to Bristol’s more morbid spots It turns out that a lot of places in Bristol are, in fact, haunted. Here’s a look at Bristol’s macabre past, with reported sightings of ghosts, stories of gruesome deaths and even the city’s historical penchant for reusing the skin of dead prisoners in order to upholster […]

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Where to start when funeral planning

Where to start when funeral planning Whether you find yourself coping with another person’s death or you’re ready to start thinking about your own, we’re here to point you in the right direction. Here you’ll find some of our most helpful articles to get you under way. Have you thought about your own death, or […]

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How to have that conversation about death

How to have that conversation about death Many people in the UK die without having made a will or having talked about what they want to happen after they die. Yet, a tactful conversation can help sort out any concerns you have with your health, the next phase of your life and what affairs you […]

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Ashes scattering ceremony inspiration

Ashes scattering It might seem an ashes scattering ceremony is ripe for things to go wrong. Prone to misadventure, the ceremony will need to contend with not only the elements but physics, too. While calculating the current trajectory of the gulf stream and the angle of your scattering hand can be effective, you may also […]

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How to celebrate like the dead

How to celebrate like the dead During the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico and other countries within Central and South America, there’s an emphasis on the sumptuous and the sensual. Drinks offerings, incense and candles are all provided for the dead. Drinks are placed on makeshift altars, to quench the dead’s thirst before […]

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