Coming Up: Dead Good – film screening at Glasgow Film Festival with pre- and post- screening events

In the days between death and burial or cremation, people have the opportunity to care at home for someone who has died. This tender act can aid in grieving, bring a sense of fulfillment and help families, including children, to meet death as something understandable and natural.

This can be part of a home-based funeral where people make some or all of the arrangements themselves. It is equally possible for it to be part of a funeral organised by a funeral director.

If you want your loved one to be at home after their death, that CAN happen. You don’t have to do it alone. We can help.

Contact us on  0300 102 4444