Fortunately there are many excellent resources on the internet for those looking to organise funerals and deal with death and dying. We recommend the following sites:

The Natural Death Centre

Established in 1991, The Natural Death Centre is a social, entrepreneurial, educational charity that gives free, impartial advice on all aspects of dying, bereavement and consumer rights.

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Impermanence undertakes innovative, collaborative work around death and dying. Projects include Funeral Advisor, Death Cafe and Find Me Help in collabortation with Dying Matters.

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The Good Funeral Guide

The Good Funeral Guide is an independent, not-for-profit consumer advice and advocacy service. It is here to help you arrange the funeral you want.

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Down to Earth

Down to Earth is a practical service helping people living on low incomes to have the funeral they want at a price they can afford. It is provided by Quaker Social Action and is primarily serves East London.

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Evans Above Online

This site is a resource on what newly bereaved people are legally able to do in the immediate hours and days following a death in England & Wales.

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Kristie West

Kristie helps adults who have had a death in their lives so they can talk about, remember and love the person they have lost without it hurting anymore.

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Find Me Help

This site is provided by Dying Matters for people in the last years of life, their families, friends and carers. It offers links to useful services, information and a supportive online community.

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Death Cafe

The objective of Death Cafe is to 'increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'. This involves holding regular Death Cafes where people meet and talk about death over tea and cake.

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