Rights and Options Session Coming Up Soon

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 … Read more

Recent Event in Glasgow Big Succcess

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 … Read more

Next Online Course Dates Announced

All the course details and booking information are here. Booking closes 5 January 2024. Contact admin@pushingupthedaisies.org.uk 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.

Glasgow Events Coming Up

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 … Read more

Date for Open Day Announced

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 … Read more

demystifying death tour coming up

For Demystifying Death Week this year Pushing Up The Daisies is arranging a “demystifying death tour” around Scotland. Charity trustees Lin Carruthers and Kate Clark will be available to talk about their new book – Slow Down When Someone Dies and sell signed copies. Kate and Lin will also host discussions around the options people have when … Read more

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Slow Down When Someone Dies

by Lin Carruthers and Kate Clark

Do the lights go out when someone dies? Are you in the dark about what to do when a person takes their last breath? This life-affirming guide encourages and enables you to explore the options for everyone involved.

It is currently available in paperback and eBook format. It is also available as a pdf by donation from admin@pushingupthedaisies.org.uk.

We are working on making it available in local bookshops in June 2023.

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This module explores an approach to preparing for your Daisy Days which takes account of yourself and also those central to your life. It covers who can legally make arrangements for you, how to begin, the influences on decisions, explorative conversations, and gives step-by-step guidance to write your “After My Last Breath” letter.

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  • watch the module video (approx 30 mins)
  • download the video transcript
  • download an illuminating exercise
  • access other useful resources.

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