Join us for an online session where we will delve into our rights in Scotland; what we can expect at each step along the way; and what options we have in terms of working closely with funeral directors, without and everything in between. If you have a question, please come along and ask it! This
Welcome to our news page! Here you will find the latest updates on our activities and insights into the days after someone dies. Stay informed and engaged with our informative and thought-provoking content.
What a powerful day Saturday was at Finn’s Place ! We were so touched by the incredible energy, curiosity and how everyone fully showed up at our first Tending to Death gathering. 25 people in the room. And all participants generously gave so much. I was in awe of the open honesty, the pooling of
All the course details and booking information are here. Booking closes 5 January 2024. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries. We look forward to you joining us for a fascinating exploration of the Daisy Days. They could be the most important days of your life.
We are very excited to have two events coming up in Glasgow ༄ Finn’s Place – Sat 4th Nov, 2-4pm ༄ ༄ GalGael – Thurs 9th Nov, 7pm༄ Ever wondered how we tend to those who have died? Ever dreamt of how our communities can weave stories, memories and collective care around death? Come to
On September 16th 12-4pm we will be at The Pole Barn, Marcassie Farm, Rafford, Moray. We have teamed up with Naturally Useful to make an inspiring day of exploration into after death care possibilities locally in Moray. Join Karen and colleagues making a willow coffin and a woollen shroud. Pushing Up the Daisies will be
The Board of Trustees wish to extend huge thanks to Lin Carruthers who stood down as Secretary of the charity at the recent AGM. Lin has been a steady hand for the charity in recent years and played a crucial part in creating our online course After the Last Breath – not only writing the
We are delighted to be supporting Carers Week with 2 online events in partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Caledonia Funeral Aid and Social Security Scotland. See our network and events page for more information and registration details.
We are delighted that Yeadon’s of Elgin are stocking the book so that they can send it out anywhere in the world in response to orders. They only charge for postage too – no packing charge. Lovely to see the book on a bookshop shelf and to support independent bookshops in Scotland! Contact them on
We are back and delighted with the feedback we have received from our demystifying death tour…. “I just wanted to drop you an email to thank you both for such a interesting – and funny! – evening last Wednesday. Your relaxed and informal but also very informative style of communication was perfect for us, and
A daisy on a train! Not something you see everyday! This is a symbol of our fantastic week where we travelled around Scotland on our Demystifying Death Tour. We met lots of amazing people and got to talk about new book, Slow Down When Someone Dies written by Kate Clark and Lin Carruthers. It’s been