Leaflets and forms
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Photos showing the arrival of 300 boxes of the Fifth Edition of The Natural Death Handbook at the charity's headquarters in May 2012. Additional images were taken at 'Death Fest' at the Southbank Centre 27-29th January 2012, where we spoke to hundreds of people and with their help created a bejewelled pink coffin.
Forms and downloads
More to Death is the official magazine for The Natural Death Centre. Rosie Inman-Cook and her team are experts in helping people arrange very personal, bespoke natural funerals. They can help with practical, legal and emotional aspects when you have lost a loved one or if you have found out that you or someone close to you doesnt have very long left to live.
Documents that can be downloaded for free from the website.
More To Death PDF - Download a Pdf version of the More to Death magazine
How Can I Arrange a Good Funeral - A leaflet to prompt families to raise questions and consider the wider range of choices that are available to them.
Frequently Asked Questions About Natural Burial - An introduction to natural burial and The Association of Natural Burial Grounds
Natural Burial Ground Feedback Form- Please let the Association of Natural Burial Grounds know your experience of any particular natural burial ground - Your comments will help us give advice to other members of the public.
ANBG Application/Membership Form- Join the Association of Natural Burial Grounds
ANBG Information Form - To become a member, please print and complete this information form and return it along with your application form
ANBG Code of Conduct - All members of the Association undertake to abide by this Code of Conduct
Recommended Funeral Director Information Form - If you are a funeral director and qualify to be listed on this website and in updates to the Natural Death Handbook Edition 5, please print, complete and return this form
Questions to ask a Funeral Director - If you are about to make arrangements for a funeral you might find this free download useful
Complaints Handling Procedure - An example of recommended procedure for handling complaints
Grave Digging Pdf
This guide is of particular use for people carrying out a home burial with no experience of digging a grave. It will ensure that everything goes smoothly when undertaking this. For novice burial ground operators this will also prove invaluable and prevent you from making costly and time consuming mistakes.
If you would like this grave digging Pdf please contact us and we will be happy to email it to you for free.
The New Natural Death Handbook fifth edition is out now, this book is a must read for everyone. Completely revised and expanded into a boxed set of three books... Read more
Credit to Will Whipple (photographer)
Are you considering a natural funeral?
CTVC - an award winning, non-profit television production company - are researching for a documentary about DIY funerals for Channel 4. We specialise in producing responsible films about sensitive subjects and hope to raise awareness about the alternative options to high costs funerals... read more
Much-Loved is a registered charity that helps you create a unique and beautiful memorial website to commemorate the life of a loved one. It only takes a couple of minutes to set up and personalise in your own choice of design and it can be kept online for ten years without any charge.
You may find more useful information on this government website.