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Help for grieving mothers: memory bear

Ashes contained in a soft toy   Loss of a loved one at any stage of life is traumatic, for a new mother this is acute and extreme. Whilst words are good, some people find holding objects or keepsakes helps. We came across the Memory Bear to help families at this very traumatic time, the bear pictured…

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Cost of burying ashes at a family grave

This story form sunny Devon highlights the unforeseen cost of choosing to bury the ashes of a loved one in a family plot. A lady, called Phyllis Bishop, a long time resident of Torquay, when she passed away, her wish was to be buried alongside her husband at their family grave in Torquay. However the…

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Cremated ashes in a Memorial Tattoo!

This is a radical way of memorialising a loved one – putting cremated funeral ashes into ink, then having them tattooed somewhere on your person. The more we looked into this the more ‘common’ it actual is. Despite the obvious heath implications it seems to be fairly popular in the United States. The article below…

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Funerals – the cost of it all

  The cost of a funeral is a big worry for many families caught between their wish to give the correct level of reverence and affordability, it seems this is worse when people don’t leave any wishes and loved ones ere on the more expensive side. There has been a survey [dated 2010] by the National Association…

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