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.
How can I arrange a good funeral?
The only legal requirement in the UK for funerals is that the death must be certified and registered, and the body must be disposed of.
('Disposal means disposal by burial, cremation or any other means, and 'disposed of' has a corresponding meaning' - source Births and Deaths Registration Act, 1926.)
Comprehensive practical advice is available on The Good Funeral Guide website here
For straightforward information about the practicalities of what to do after a death has occurred, Teresa Evans, campaigner for the Rights for the Bereaved has created an information page here.
To download a copy of our leaflet 'How can I arrange a Good Funeral' click here