Essential help to arrange a funeral or plan one in advance
This book is a great source of practical advice and information. It’s like having somebody take you by the hand and lead you gently through one of the worst nightmares you’ll ever have to deal with.” Ella Haworth
We Need To Talk About The Funeral has been designed to be easy-to-read and browse at a difficult time and is full of beautiful, inspiring and informative photographs.
A practical and imaginative guide of 101 helpful ideas, it gives you the information and support you need to:
- arrange a funeral which could only be for that special person
- manage your relationship with the funeral director to get just what you want
- avoid spending money on things you don’t really need. Using the unique Funeral Director Quote Form and price guidelines could save you hundreds of pounds
- make your choices about how to say your final farewells in the time leading up to the funeral
- decide where and when you want the funeral to take place, what type of coffin you want and who will conduct the ceremony
- create a handmade and personal ceremony that honours the person who has died and comforts and inspires those who are left behind
“The text is a triumph of clarity and quietly expert, informed advice. It makes the reader feel guided by someone who knows from experience but wants you to find your own way.”
Professor Malcolm Johnson, The Centre for Death and Society.
Written by Jane Morrell and Simon Smith; published by Accent Press (ISBN 978-1906125011) 208 pages with over 100 colour plates.
Currently out of print. However, sometimes available on Amazon or Ebay – 2nd edition (2007) available from Amazon and 1st edition (2006) available from Amazon (but watch out for ridiculously overpriced copies on Amazon – see note below).
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Note: Overpriced copies on Amazon are probably caused by algorithmic pricing systems that automatically sets the price against the same product sold by other sellers. All you need is two such sellers selling same product and an infinite loop is created, leading to an ever escalating price!