Currently showing Services in category 'Funerals' .
The ABA represents burial authority special interests with national and local government, including the Home Office Burial and Cemeteries Advisory Group, the Synod of the Church of England, environmen...(continued)
Information on trained and accredited celebrants to conduct non-religious humanist funerals.
The FBCA represents cremation authorities in discussions with government departments. Over 95% of cremation authorities are members and the FBCA has a code of cremation practice. The Federation will...(continued)
For advise regarding the cost of a funeral from the Social Fund go the Department for Work and Pensions website. The Leeds Bereavement Forum has a copy of the claim form which could be forwarded ei...(continued)
Lasting Post has four parts: * Planning Ahead helps you make personal arrangements for use after your death. * The When Death Occurs section assists you and your family after the death of a love...(continued)
Registered charity offering free advice and help.
The Natural Death Centre is a social entrepreneurial, educational charity that gives advice on all aspects of dying, bereavement and consumer rights in this area. Support on family-organised and envir...(continued)
To be held on Thursday 16th May 2013 at the Leeds Methodist Mission Cafe 12noon - 2.00pm. Come and join us for coffee and cake and discuss the taboo subject of death.
Below is a radio interview with Professor Sir Albert Aynsley Green.
Find below a report from the Yorkshire Evening Post regarding the Launch
We are looking for people who might be interested in becoming involved in setting up a SOBS (Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide) group in Leeds. SOBS is a volunteer run group offering peer-support to people who have been bereaved by suicide. (See www.uk-sobs.org.uk) If you have suffered a bereavement through suicide in the past (at least two years) and feel you are now able to offer support to someone else then please contact email@example.com